Fatimid lute player on an ivory panel, 11th-12th century



A detail of the lute (al Oud) player on this Fatimid ivory panel, 11th-12th century, Louvre Museum, Paris.


Panel with lute player. 11th-12th century. Egypt. Ivory, carved and incised decoration, traces of paint.
Louvre Museum, Paris, Department of Islamic Art, Richelieu, room 3.

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