A large central subject and absence of a pictorial landscape is a characteristic of later Safavid painting where there was a move towards portraiture and idealised figures.
The depiction of an Ottoman subject and an Indian elephant is indicative of the cosmopolitan nature of the Safavid court during the seventeenth century
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