portrait of my daughter alice
mother teaching her daughter calligraphy from the series twelve occupations of women
siegfried and the daughters of the rhine
siegfried and the daughters of the rhine
moses and jethro's daughter
par-ci par-l�: my daughter has sung
the major's daughter: clara vinrace's farewell to her father
the ratcatcher's daughter - sheet music cover
a fisherman's daughter
lot and his daughters
lot and his daughters
bahram gur meets arzu the daughter of mahiyar (verso); illustration and text persian verses from the shahnama of firdawsi
text page persian verses (recto); bahram gur meets arzu the daughter of mahiyar (verso)
lot and his daughters
sketch for lot and his daughters
susanne (the artist's daughter at the age of twenty-one)
"nushirwan sends mihran sitad to fetch the daughter of the king of china" in the manuscript of shahnama of firdawsi illustration and text (persian verses) (recto)
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): sixteenth night: the daughter-in-law of the king of banaras charmed by the music of a vagabond comes down to meet him
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): sixteenth night: the vagabond crosses a stream with the possessions of the daughter-in-law of the king of banaras and absconds
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): sixteenth night: the daughter-in-law of the king of banaras sees the jackal deprived of its food by a bird as it unsuccessfully attempts to catch a fish
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): sixteenth night: the daughter-in-law returns from her misadventure feigning insanity
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): eighteenth night: khalis repays the prince for his kindness by changing into a snake and sucking the poison from the king␙s daughter
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): twentieth night: three suitors fight amongst themselves for the hand of the devotee␙s daughter
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): twentieth night: the third suitor strikes the devotee␙s daughter and thus restores her to life
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): twentieth night: the three suitors again begin to quarrel among themselves for the hand of the devotee␙s daughter
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): twenty-third night: the merchant␙s daughter gives birth to a son as a result of eating out of the box. the clever child recognizes the false gems from the true
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): thirty-fourth night: the three young men present themselves as suitors for the hand of zuhra the daughter of the merchant of kabul
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): thirty-fifth night: the brahman gives an account of his falling in love with the king of babylon␙s daughter to his friend the magician
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): thirty-fifth night: the magician disguised as a brahman returns to claim his ␜daughter-in-law␝
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): seventh night: the vizier dissuades the king of bahilistan from executing the darwish who asks for his daughter␙s hand in marriage
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): seventh night: the king of bahilistan offers his daughter to the king of kings
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): seventh night: the daughter of the king of the jinns bows before the king of kings who has just undergone the ordeal of passing through boiling oil to emerge as a youth
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): twelfth night: the merchant␙s daughter encounters a wolf and bandits on her way to meet the gardener in order to keep her promise
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): seventh night: the brahman gambler sees the daughter of the king of the jinns in a pit together with an old man and a cauldron of boiling oil
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): seventh night: the rejuvenated old man and the daughter of the king of the jinns take leave of the king of kings
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): twelfth night: the daughter of the merchant of mazanderan asks the gardener for the rose
the book of job: pl. 3 thy sons and thy daughters were eating and drinking wine in their / eldest brothers house
the book of job: pl. 20 there were not found women fair as the daughters of job / in all the land
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): fifty-first night: khusrau the king of kings pays homage to the pious daughter of khassa
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): the raja␙s daughter and her lover stoned to death for adultery
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): fifty-first night: khulasa a vizier sees the daughter of khassa another vizier and covets her
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): fifty-second night: the king gives his daughter in marriage to the pious man␙s son
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): forty-second night: the raja␙s daughter born with three breasts accompanies her blind husband and his hunchback guide on a journey
page from tales of a parrot (tuti-nama): fiftieth night: the king␙s emissary being provided with gifts for his mission to rum in order to seek the hand of the emperor␙s daughter in marriage