Again, in this erotic painting, you see that the artist has depicted two lovers on a patterned carpet next to a large pillow. The lady is fully naked while the man’s sexual organ is exposed. Around them, there are variety of blue and red Eslimi  or Arabesque  flowers similar to ones you see in traditional tiles or Persian carpets. The Islamic arabesque is an inherited art form developed from the Byzantine and Persian types of vegetal decorations. Apparently, this painting is a part of three other paintings that are sold together at Christie’s online auction. These erotic forms are possibly a result of Indian influence on Persia. Unlike their Indian counterparts, the Persian painters were reluctant to show sexual organs. It seems as they learned how Mughal artists used Kama Sutra  to depict erotic scenes, the Persians started to create such artworks as well. Comparing to that of Mughal’s, however, the Persian form lacks creativity or ingenuity.