From a copy of the Bustan of Sacdi, dated 1514. From Bukhara, Uzbekistan. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Sahih-al-Bukhari describes the Buraq as ' an animal white and long, larger than a donkey but smaller than a mule'.
A verse formed in the shape of the Buraq, calligraphy screen print on raw silk from early 20th century, is also found in the wovensouls collection. (Sold)
Someday I hope to understand the meaning of the verses within and comprehend the beauty that the artist intended to convey through this art, in all its completeness!
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