Author(s): Abdurrahman DEVECI

The main issues of Turkish miniatures are generally hunting scenes, portraits of the sultan, battle and fightscenes, ambassadorsagreed, musicians, womenandreligioustraditions.Naturally, in theexaminationsandresearch on theminiature, theseissuesaretakenintoaccount. However, thisstudydoes not appearimportant in miniaturespace, but actuallyenhancesthebeauty of theminiatures, whichenrichesthecontentandincreasesthefeeling of spacetoconcentrate on onesubject: Womenwithsecondaryimportance!Thesewomengenerally can not be seen at thefront, theyaresuccessfulwith a glance, impressionisticdrawingattentiontothe main topic. Theircuriousbehaviorarestressedtheimportance of the main theme, giving a realisticdimensiontothescene, theystimulatethenaturalstage of life. Theyleavemoreimpressivetraileventhoughtheyareunknownpersons, accordingtothefigures in theforeground.Womenwithsecondaryimportanceareusuallydepicted on miniature as smallfigure. Theysometimesappear as housewiveswhilelookingoutthewindow, sometimesappear as bridesmaids, a lady at thecourt'sownauthority, sometimesappear in theretinue of an authority of a lady, etc. Inthisarticle, aim is togive an examinationandgoodexamplesespeciallyaboutordinarywomen, orthesecondOenen, but manytimesinvolved in miniature.


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