Folio from a Mu'nis al-Abrar fi Deqa'iq al-Ash'ar / top: The Moon and Fish; bottom: Twelve different birds in 2 registers. Iran, Shiraz 1341 CE

Folio from a Mu'nis al-Abrar fi Deqa'iq al-Ash'ar (Free Man's Guide to the Subtleties of Poetry) by Badr al-Din Jajarmi (d. The Zodiac Constellation of Pisces, the moon, and two registers of birds; reverse: text: verses of poem

AN ILLUSTRATED AND ILLUMINATED LEAF FROM A MUGHAL MANUSCRIPT DEPICTING NOAH'S ARK, INDIA, 17TH CENTURY

An Illustrated and Illuminated leaf from a Mughal manuscript depicting Noah's Ark, India, century

Peafowl  Attributed to Mansur     Date:      ca. 1610  Culture:      India (Mughal court at Agra)  Medium:      Opaque watercolor on paper  Dimensions:      Page: 14 1/2 x 9 7/8 in. (36.8 x 25.1 cm)  Classification:      Painting  Credit Line:      Lent by Private Collection  Accession Number:      SL.17.2011.36.1

Peafowl Attributed to Mansur Date: ca. 1610 Culture: India (Mughal court at Agra) Medium: Opaque watercolor on paper Dimensions: Page: 14 x 9 in. x cm) Classification: Painting Credit Line: Lent by Private Collection Accession Number:

Indian-Floral-Flower-Miniature-Painting-Moghul-Watercolor-Art. From the 17th century onwards, under the Mughal dynasty, flower and leaf forms became a popular art subject. This is partly due to the personal taste of the Mughal emperor Jahangir (1605-1627) who had a great love of nature and was very interested in capturing plants and animals on paper.

From the century onwards, under the Mughal dynasty, flower and leaf forms became a popular a

Indian Miniature Paintings

Court Ladies Playing with Fireworks. 1740 Muhammad Afzal active Mughal dynasty Reign of Muhammad Shah Color and gold on paper H: W: cm Delhi, India

AN EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF EMPEROR SHAH JAHAN MUGHAL INDIA, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

An equestrian portrait of Emperor Shah Jahan, Mughal India, early century. The Emperor riding a dapple gray horse and holding a falcon

Celebrating Deepawali at the Palace

Celebrating Deepawali at the Palace - series. Great use of flat pattern and an interesting border. Having characters outside the frame yet still interacting is a neat idea.

Rama's forest dwelling in Panchavati (front)   © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Mughal Manuscript Illustration: Rama's forest dwelling in Panchvati, North India,

Lovers Playing With Fireworks, c 1800.  Pahari School ; Rajasthan School ; Kangra Style   Painted in: Panjab Hills ; (Asia,Himalayas,Punjab Hills)  Found/Acquired: India; (Asia,South Asia,India)

Lovers playing with fireworks. Painted on paper. Punjab Hills, ca (via British Museum) Lovers playing with fireworks. Painted on paper. Punjab Hills, ca (via British Museum)

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Illustration from: King of the World The Padshahnama - An Imperial Mughal Manuscript from the Royal Library, Windsor Castle background

"Emperor Aurangzeb in a Shaft of Light" with later floral border from "The St. Petersburg Album" | ca. 1660, borders mid-18th c. Hunhar, Indian, Mughal dynasty, reign of Aurangzeb | Opaque watercolor on paper with gold; H: 47.2 W: 32.2 cm; India

Emperor Aurangzeb in a Shaft of Light. Petersburg Album ca. 1660 Freer Gallery of Art, Washington

Indian miniature painting, love love love

The Phad painting is a type of folk painting. It is done on a long piece of cloth (scroll painting).

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