عنوان مقاله [English]
The Mashhad school of painting was active in the second half of the 10th century under the guidance and support of Ebrahim Mirza Safavi. In this historical period, the illustrated version of Jami's Selselatozzehab was illustrated on the date of 977 AH. This lesser-known version of the Safavid period has 14 illustrations and is preserved in the treasury of Golestan Palace, which has various decorations of Tash'ir in the margins of the pages and illustrations? In the margins of the paintings, two types of Tash'ir decorations and decoration in Zarafshan style can be seen, half of the paintings and some of the pages are decorated with plant and animal motifs. Based on this, the main question of this research is that what are the visual and formal features of Tash'ir in the illustrated version of Jami's Selselatozzehab? The main purpose of this research is to examine the elements of poetry in the illustrated version of Jami's Selselatozzehab. This research is of a fundamental type, with a qualitative approach to the analysis of data using a descriptive-analytical-comparative method. According to the findings and general results of the research, the Tash,ir elements of this illustrated version can be categorized into several sections; The elements of poetry in the illustrated version of Jami's Selselatozzehab series include a variety of plant motifs (such as trees, flowers, slimy snakes), animals (birds, deer, goats, foxes, tigers, Kailin and Simorgh) and supplementary motifs (clouds, rivers and imaginary creatures).