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Ottoman miniature or Turkish miniature was an Turkish art form in the Ottoman Empire, which can be linked to the Persian miniature tradition, as well as strong Chinese artistic influences. It was a part of the Ottoman book arts, together with illumination (tezhip), calligraphy (hat), marbling paper (ebru), and bookbinding (cilt). The words taswir or nakish were used to define the art of miniature painting in Ottoman Turkish. The studios the artists worked in were called Nakkashanes.

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  • منمنمات عثمانية
  • Osmanische Miniaturmalerei
  • Ottoman miniature
  • Miniature ottomane
  • Miniatur Utsmaniyah
  • Miniatura ottomana
  • Османская миниатюра
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  • المنمنمات العثمانية فن من الفنون العثمانية وأقرب ما لها المنمنمات الفارسية.
  • Die osmanische Miniaturmalerei ist Teil einer höfisch geprägten Kunstform der islamischen Welt, die ihre Höhepunkte in den Großreichen der Timuriden, Osmanen, Safawiden und Moguln fand. Miniaturmalereien wurden eingesetzt, um luxuriöse Manuskripte, die für den Herrscher oder andere hochstehende Persönlichkeiten bestimmt waren, zu bebildern und auszuschmücken.
  • La miniature ottomane désigne l'art d'illustrer les livres dans l'empire ottoman du XVe au XVIIIe siècle. Après quelques prémices, cet art atteint son apogée sous le règne de Soliman le Magnifique et surtout de Mourad III (1574-1595). Elle est influencée par la miniature persane, la peinture occidentale et chinoise[réf. nécessaire].
  • Ottoman miniature or Turkish miniature was an Turkish art form in the Ottoman Empire, which can be linked to the Persian miniature tradition, as well as strong Chinese artistic influences. It was a part of the Ottoman book arts, together with illumination (tezhip), calligraphy (hat), marbling paper (ebru), and bookbinding (cilt). The words taswir or nakish were used to define the art of miniature painting in Ottoman Turkish. The studios the artists worked in were called Nakkashanes.
  • Miniatur Utsmaniyah atau miniatur Turki adalah sebuah bentuk seni rupa di Kesultanan Utsmaniyah, yang dapat dihubungkan dengan tradisi miniatur Persia, serta pengaruh artistik Tionghoa. Bentuk seni rupa tersebut merupakan sebuah bagian dari seni rupa buku Utsmaniyah, bersama dengan (tezhip), kaligrafi (hat), (ebru), dan penjilidan buku (cilt). Kata taswir atau nakish digunakan untuk mendefiniasikan senin rupa lukisan miniatur dalam bahasa Turki Utsmaniyah. Tempat para seniman bekerja disebut Nakkashanes.
  • Османская миниатюра (иногда называемая турецкой миниатюрой; тур. Osmanlı minyatür sanatı) — форма искусства в Османской империи, которая может быть связана с персидской миниатюрной традицией, а также с китайским художественным влияниям. Она была частью книжного искусства Османской империи: вместе с иллюминацией (tezhip), каллиграфией (hat), мраморной бумагой (ebru) и переплётом (cilt). Слова taswir или nakish использовались при обозначении миниатюрной живописи в самой Османской Турции. Студии, в которых работали художники, назывались «наккашане».
  • La Miniatura ottomana, anche Miniatura turca (taswir o nakish in lingua turca - da cui la parola "Nakkashanes" per indicare la bottega dei miniaturisti) fu una manifestazione molto importante dell'arte dell'Impero ottomano e costituisce solo una delle specifiche forme d'arte che concorrevano, ad Istanbul come negli altri grandi centri culturali osmanidi, alla creazione di libri di pregevolissima fattura: ossia la c.d. "illuminazione" (tezhip), la calligrafia (hat), la marmorizzazione (ebru) e la legatura (cilt).
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