I'm currently recreating The Court of Gayumars, my all-time favourite painting which is held in the Aga Khan collection in Toronto. Enjoy the quick video above! (In the live sessions, we've moved on much further.)
Although the painting is apparently resting (thank you @Sayeda Habib for the info!), you can find out more about it in these great lectures by the Khan academy (unrelated to the Aga Khan I think!): The Introduction:
The 1st video: https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-art-history/west-and-central-asia-apahh/west-asia/v/paradise-in-miniature-the-court-of-kayumars
The 2nd video: https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-art-history/west-and-central-asia-apahh/west-asia/v/paradise-in-miniature-the-court-of-kayumars-part-2
Hope you enjoy those informative sessions by Dr. Nancy Demerdash, Steven Zucker and Dr. Filiz Çakir Phillip, Curator, Aga Khan Museum.
Credits: Sultan Muhammad (attributed), The Court of Kayumars (Safavid: Tabiz, Iran), c. 1524–1525, from the Shah Tahmasp Shahnameh, c. 1524–35, opaque watercolor, ink, and gold on paper, 45 x 30 cm (Aga Khan Museum, Toronto) speakers: Dr. Filiz Çakir Phillip, Curator, Aga Khan Museum and Dr. Steven Zucker. Created by Steven Zucker and Smarthistory.