1620-Turkey-British Library

Kamancheh a bowed string instrument, related to the rebab, ancestor of the European violin family.

Çerkez Kadın-1620-Turkey-British Library This also looks like Claes Rålambs costumebook  Perhaps this Miniatures were sold back then and Claes Rålamb bought as many as he could find?

Çerkez Library This also looks like Claes Rålambs costumebook Perhaps this Miniatures were sold back then and Claes Rålamb bought as many as he could find?

1620-Turkey-British Library. It looks very much like Claes Rålambs Costume book (Pharyah)

1620-Turkey-British Library. It looks very much like Claes Rålambs Costume book (Pharyah)

Kadıncık-1620-Turkey-British Library

Kadıncık-1620-Turkey-British Library

1620-Turkey-British Library

Library Turkish costume from Ottoman empire. musical instrument in art

Turkish woman  "Turca".  The 'Rålamb Costume Book' is a small volume containing 121 miniatures in Indian ink with gouache and some gilding, displaying Turkish officials, occupations and folk types. They were acquired in Constantinople in 1657-58 by Claes Rålamb who led a Swedish embassy to the Sublime Porte, and arrived in the Swedish Royal Library / Manuscript Department in 1886.

The 'Rålamb Costume Book' is a small volume containing…

Ottoman 1620 - The Habits of the Grand Signor's Court. A youth who serves coffee wearing a blue tunic, red trousers, yellow shoes and white turban with a red cap and holding a cup in each hand. Inscribed. Album contains 124 paintings of Turkish sultans and court officials. Also, black apron!

Folio from an album of paintings showing Turkish sultans and court officials. A youth who serves coffee. Holding a cup in each hand he is wearing a blue tunic, red trousers, yellow shoes, slate-blue apron and a large turban wound round a red cap.

The British Museum 1620 The Habits of the Grand Signor's Court. Folio 71b from an album of paintings showing Turkish sultans and court officials.  A Syrian man, inscription states 'from Aleppo'.  Black an...

(mehmed) The British Museum 1620 The Habits of the Grand Signor's Court. Folio from an album of paintings showing Turkish sultans and court officials. A Syrian man, inscription states 'from Aleppo'.

Ottoman woman. 1620.  (Photo credit - British Museum)

Recto Bound album with 122 paintings of sultans, court officials and others, on paper. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Woman playing a sastar or six-stringed lute. Wearing a pale blue entari with a black lining, white kusak, scarlet sleeves with a silver pattern, white slippers and a tantûra. Ottoman Empire costume

Folio from an album of paintings showing Turkish sultans and court officials. Woman playing a sastar or six-stringed lute. Wearing a pale blue entari with a black lining, white kusak, scarlet sleeves with a silver pattern, white slippers and a tantûra.

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