Calligraphers and painters, a treatise by Qādī Aḥmad, son of Mīr-Munshī, circa A. H. 1015/A. D. 1606, translated from the Persian by V. Minorsky. With an introd. by B. N. Zakhoder, translated from the Russian by T. Minorsky.

; Minorsky, Vladimir, 1877-1966
Washington, 1959.

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Other Authors Minorsky, Vladimir, 1877-1966.
Subjects Calligraphers -- Iran.
Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Iran.
Painters -- Iran.
Series Freer Gallery of Art. Occasional papers, v. 3, no. 2
Description x, 223 p. 8 plates (facsims.) 24 cm.
Notes Translation of ...(transliterated: Golestān-e honar)
Bibliography: p. 202-208.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00500333
(OCoLC)500333
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