A PRINCE WEARING A YELLOW DHOTI WORSHIPPING AT A SHIVA SHRINE, MUGHAL, FARRUKHABAD, CIRCA 1760-70
Gouache heightened with gold on paper, the steps at the lower edge a later addition, inscription in nasta'liq script to the upper edge, laid down on an album page with outer margins decorated with l...
Gouache with gold on paper, inner blue border with floral motifs, wide red outer borders with four white cartouches containing text in nagari script, reverse with further lines of text in nagari script
Pahari painting in India largely dwelt on the symbols and themes from mythology and literature. Pahari painting is an umbrella term. It is used for the form of Indian painting which originated from Himalayan kingdoms of North India during 17th-19th century. Rema...
Workshop and Patron in Mughal India: The Freer Ramayana and Other Illustrated Manuscripts of 'Abd al-Rahim (Artibus Asiae)
By John Seyller
Publisher: Paul Holberton publishing (January 1, 2002)
Viá¹£há¹‡u as RÄma killing Ravaá¹‡a with Laká¹£maá¹‡a; single-page painting mounted on a detached album folio. Many-headed, many-armed king Ravana stands on the right, backing away from Rama and his brother, Laksmana, each wearing crowns and wielding bows. An ass's head protrudes from above Rava...