an illustration to a ragamala ||| figurative
Asavari Ragini longing for her husband climbs the Malay mountains. All the snakes desert their sandal trees and writhe and coil their bodies. Malwa, ca 1650.
Hindola Raga, Folio from a Ragamala (Garland of Melodies)
Hindola Raga, Folio from a Ragamala (Garland of Melodies), Unknown, India, Madhya Pradesh, Malwa, circa 1650, Drawings, Opaque watercolor, gold, and ink on paper.
Radha and Her Confidant Sit in an Open Room: Page from a Dispersed Rasikapriya | India (Madhya Pradesh, Malwa) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
In the Rasikapriya the poet Keshav Das addresses love in all its various aspects, focusing on secret desires and their outward manifestations. Here, Radha speaks to her confidante and go-between, undoubtedly arranging a secret meeting with her lover, Krishna
Ancient and Islamic Art | Sale n°2953 | Lot n°200 | Artcurial
SRI RAGA, INDE, ÉCOLE DE MALWA, FIN DU 17ÈME SIÈCLE Gouache et or sur papier. Illustration d'un Ragamala. Un prince assis dans un pavillon écoute la musique interprétée par les musiciens célestes Narada et Tamburu. Derrière lui, un serviteur agite un murchal. Usures, bords déchirés. Miniature : 21,8 x 15,7 cm Provenance : Collection Szerer, Paris Ce raga exprime un sentiment de calme et la méditation. En musique, Sri Raga s'interprète en fin de journée, en hiver. An illustration to…
This Indian picture, housed in the National Museum of New Delhi,...
This Indian picture, housed in the National Museum of New Delhi, depicts a heroine who succumbs completely to her lover. Inscribed on the back of the picture are the words: 'Malwa, circa 1660'.
AN ILLUSTRATION TO AN UNIDENTIFIED SERIES POSSIBLY A RASIKAPRIYA SERIES (LOVER'S BREVIARY) Ruler at a Religious Ceremony
REGISTERED ANTIQUITY - NON-EXPORTABLE ITEM (Please refer to the Terms and Conditions of Sale at the back of the catalogue) India, Malwar, Late 17th Century Opaque pigment on paper Image 10 1/4 x 7 3/4 in. (26 x 19.6 cm.) Folio 11 3/4 x 9 1/4 in. (29.8 x 23.3 cm.) The identification of this painting and the following lot is limited due to the lack of inscription that normally occupies the top yellow register. Following the standard convention, the primary subject of the story is…
Râmâyana manuscript page: Rama kills the deer (folio no. 31)
Description Accession Number 1964/2.111 Title Râmâyana manuscript page: Rama kills the deer (folio no. 31) Artist Artist Unknown, India, Central India, Malwa School Artist Nationality Indian Medium and Support ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper Object Creation Date 1635-1650 Object Creation Place Asia (continent) India (nation) Madhya Pradesh (state) Malwa Credit Line Gift of Mr. George P. Bickford for the James Marshall Plumer Memorial Collection Style/Group/Movement Malwa School…