Acem Çengisi Maverdi Kolbaşı, minyatür Persian Dancing Woman, miniature, Levni, 18th century
Girl with a veil, Topkapı Palace Museum, Istanbul Source: Süheyl Ünver, Levni, Milli Eğitim Basımevi, Istanbul. Ottoman Court painter Levni (1680-1732) is one of the last representatives of classical Ottoman miniature art.
‘A noble lady of Constantinople wearing hamam shoes’ by Jean Baptiste Vanmour (1671 – 1737). Ottoman, early 18th century. The (Flemish) painter lived in Istanbul from 1699 until his death in 1737, and had access to the highest Ottoman circles. His work is not great art, but very interesting culturally and historically.
Man knitted coat with silk knitted wire patterns, 1695-1700
Ottoman Patterns and Notes (follow the link!)
Many European images of Ottoman women are less than accurate. Nonetheless, I like the robes and drapey sleeves in this one.
15th century Turkish Women's Clothing (I think this painting may be a little later that 15th century. Has the look of a later style painting not a 16th century one)
AN ATTENDANT OF THE HAREM. Traditional Turkish Women's Costume, 1800
A Sultana, or Kaddin, The Costume of Turkey. Ottoman Empire 18th century.