This calligraphic fragment includes two bayts (verses) wishing its owner prosperity and happiness on the occasion of an Eid. Calligrapher: Agha Muhammad 'Ali. India. 18th-19th centuries. 17.9 x 32.9 cm. Indian naskh script. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, African and Middle Eastern Division.
"Two Old Men in Discussion Outside a Hut", Folio from the Davis Album_ Artist: 'Ali Quli Jabbadar (active 1642–late 17th century) Object Name: Illustrated album leaf Date: dated A.H. 1085/A.D. 1674–75 Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic
Mir-Ali Tabrizi: one of the great persian calligraphers, known as the father of Nas-Taliq by melding two older styles Naskh and Taliq. This calligraphy style is noted for its natural curvatures. (Louvre)