Even after the 17th century, up to modern times, Islamic depictions of Mohammed (especially in Shi’ite areas) continued to be produced.
On this page are many examples of full-faced Mohammed portraits produced by Muslim artists across the centuries. Illustration showing Mohammed (on the right) preaching his final sermon to his earliest converts, on Mount Ararat near Mecca; taken from a medieval-era manuscript of the astronomical treatise The Remaining Signs of Past Centuries by the Persian scholar al-Biruni; currently housed in the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris (Manuscrits Arabe 1489 fol. This scene was popular among medieval Islamic artists, and several nearly identical versions of this drawing (such as this one [shown in detail below] and this one) were made in the Middle Ages.
Taken from The Miraculous Journey of Mahomet, by Marie-Rose Seguy.
Mohammed, flying over Paradise, looks at the houris harvesting flowers and enjoying themselves. Mohammed, along with Buraq and Gabriel, visit Hell, and see a demon punishing “shameless women” who had exposed their hair to strangers.
Mohammed receiving his first revelation from the angel Gabriel.