Islamic art collection

Folio from an Arabic translation of De Materia Medica by Dioscorides (ca. 40-90 C.E.); recto: Outdoor scene with a mad dog biting a man; verso: text, Calligrapher: Abdallah ibn al-Fadl, Author: Pedanius Dioscorides, 1224 (621 A.H.), From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
Ewer, Artist: Qasim ibn Ali, June-July 1232, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
A section of the Koran, artist unknown, 9th-10th century, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
Double-shelled ewer, early 13th century, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
Bowl, Unknown, 1500/1600, From the collection of: The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar
Inscribed Jade Pendant, Unknown, India, 1631-1632, 1631/1632, From the collection of: The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar
Brass Tray, Unknown, Egypt or Syria, early 14th Century, 1300/1350, From the collection of: The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar
Mosque Lamp, Unknown, Egypt, late 14th Century, 1350/1400, From the collection of: The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar
Brass Incense Burner, Unknown, Egypt or Syria, 1294-1340, 1294/1340, From the collection of: The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar
Sunset, Sakakibara Shiho, 1913, From the collection of: Adachi Museum of Art
Iron Gate Plaque, Unknown, Iraq, early 14th Century, 1300/1350, From the collection of: The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar
Palace Façade (Palace of Sayyed Akbar Shah, King of Swat 1835-57), Islamic, Pakistan, c. 1835, From the collection of: Denver Art Museum
Qur'an leaf in Kufic script, North Africa, late 9th century - early 10th century, From the collection of: Denver Art Museum
Mihrab (Prayer Niche), A.H. 755/A.D. 1354–55, From the collection of: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Mihrab, Unknown, 17th century, From the collection of: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Qur'an, Unknown, 17th century, From the collection of: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
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