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Vizier Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 59 pictures in our Vizier collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Caliph Stork, an eastern tale Featured Print

Caliph Stork, an eastern tale

Caliph Stork, an eastern tale -- the Caliph asks Selim the Learned to decipher a document for him which he has bought from the peddler. Selim says it is in Latin and says that if he speaks the magic word Mutabor he can change into an animal and understand animal languages. He can change himself back to human shape again by saying the same word. But he must be careful not to laugh while in animal shape, because then he will forget the magic word and have to remain an animal. (2 of 5) Date: circa 1890s

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

NevAŸehirli Damat A¬brahim Pasa, c.1727-30 (oil on canvas) Featured Print

NevAŸehirli Damat A¬brahim Pasa, c.1727-30 (oil on canvas)

BAL2637037 NevAŸehirli Damat A¬brahim Pasa, c.1727-30 (oil on canvas) by Vanmour, Jean Baptiste (1671-1737); 33.5x26 cm; Rijksmuseum Kroller-Muller, Otterlo, Netherlands; (add.info.: NevAŸehirli Damat Ibrahim Pasha (1666 a€“ October 16, 1730) served as Grand Vizier for Sultan Ahmed III of the Ottoman Empire during the Tulip period. He was also the head of a ruling family which had great influence in the court of Ahmed III. The epithet "NevAŸehirli" (meaning "from NevAŸehir") is used to distinguish this Grand Vizier from another, Damat Ibrahim Pasha (died 1601).); French, out of copyright

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The Captured Spy, 1895, (c1930). Creator: Arthur Melville Featured Print

The Captured Spy, 1895, (c1930). Creator: Arthur Melville

The Captured Spy, 1895, (c1930). A man, naked but for a loincloth, prostrates himself before a vizier shaded by a parasol. Scene possibly inspired by the painter's own experiences during his travels in the Middle East where he was pursued on horseback by thieves, shot at, and thrown into prison as a spy by a Pasha in Kurdistan. Painting in the Glasgow Museums Service collection, Glasgow, Scotland. From "Modern Masterpieces of British Art". [The Amalgamated Press Ltd., London, c1930]

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