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Mughal Miniature Paintings

Collection by Swapnil Saxena

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A Prince Climbing to his Betrothed, India, Provincial Mughal, second half century Gouache heightened with gold on paper painting: by leaf: by Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Dance Paintings, Oil Paintings, Indian Traditional Paintings, Traditional Art, Arte Krishna, Middle Eastern Art

a prince climbing to his betrot ||| painting

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Asian Miniatures - portrait - Arabesque (detail) by peacay Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Islamic Paintings, Miniature Portraits, Indian Paintings, Abstract Paintings, Oil Paintings, Indiana, Les Religions

Asian Miniatures - portrait - Arabesque (detail)

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Small Clive Album p. lady in pavilion, opaque watercolour on paper, Mughal, century Pichwai Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Art Paintings, Modern Art Paintings, Arte Krishna, Mughal Miniature Paintings, Indian Traditional Paintings, Indian Folk Art, India Art

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Painting, Small Clive Album p. 110, lady in pavilion, opaque watercolour on paper, Mughal, 18th century

"A Learned Man" attributed to Basawan based on the nim-qalam technique that he used in imitation of the grisaille manner of European engravings. Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Love Painting, Painting Prints, Indian Art Gallery, Iranian Art, India Art, Painting Patterns

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1575-80 "A Learned Man" attributed to Basawan based on the the nim-qalam technique that he used in imitation of the grisaille manner of European engravings. Mughal, patron Prince Khurram, (Shah Jahan). India

Two Elephants Fighting in a Courtyard Before the Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah; Painted by the Pahari Painter Nainsukh from Guler. Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Islamic Paintings, Abstract Paintings, Oil Paintings, Muhammad Shah, Asia Society, Southeast Asian Arts

The Biographical Dictionary of Delhi – Muhammad Shah Rangila, b. Fatehpur Sikri, 1702-1748

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Prince Aurangzeb reports to Emperor Shah Jahan in durbar artwork from Mughal India: Art Culture and Empire (c) British Library Board Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Oil Paintings, Landscape Paintings, Framed Art Prints, Painting Prints, Painting Art, Mughal Architecture

Untitled - caption: 'Shah Jahan in durbar, holding a ruby in his right hand; 'chauri'-bearers stand on either side of him and an attendant before him holds a tray of jewels. On the left is Prince Alamgir (Aurangzeb) who salutes his father. The location is

ID: B20056-25 Title: Untitled. Provenance: c.1650 Caption: Shah Jahan in durbar, holding a ruby in his right hand; 'chauri'-bearers stand on either side of him and an attendant before him holds a tray of jewels. On the left is Prince Alamgir (Aurangzeb) who salutes his father. The location is the Diwan-i-Am at Delhi Notes: Opaque watercolour. Source identifier: Add.Or.3853 British Library Shelfmark: Add.Or.3853 If you wish to purchase a high quality copy of this image, please place an order…

Art in Space: Payag: The Padshahnama plate Mughal Emperor Jahangir presents Prince Khurram with a turban ornament Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, The Queen's Gallery, Royal Collection Trust, King Of The World, Mughal Empire, India Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Islamic Art

Payag: The Padshahnama plate 39; Mughal Emperor Jahangir presents Prince Khurram a turban ornament (1656-1657)

(Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK) Another plate from the padshahnama (= 'Chronicle of the Emperor') of Mughal Emperor ...

Oval Portrait of a Woman in a Chaghtai Hat India, Mughal, c. 1740 - 1750 Ink, opaque watercolors, and gold on paper Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Mughal Jewelry, India Painting, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Indian Art, Heritage Image, Art History, Fine Art Prints

Oval portrait of a woman in a Chaghtai hat

The tall, flat-topped hat is an element of the native dress of the Mughals from eastern Uzbekistan. Of mixed Turkic and Mongol ethnicities, they spoke a Turkic language known as Chaghatai. Chaghatai

Nur Jahan, holding a portrait of Mughal Emperor Jahangir, detail of a panel. Nur Jahan was the Empress consort of the Mughal Empire from 25 May 1611 to 28 October Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Miniature Portraits, Indian Arts And Crafts, Mughal Empire, Cleveland Museum Of Art, India Art, Portrait Art

Nur Jahan, holding a portrait of Emperor Jahangir

The empress Nur Jahan, Jahangir’s favorite wife, exercised influence in affairs of state. By all accounts, including those of Jahangir himself and European visitors to the Mughal court, she was a

Shaykh Inayat Allah Kanbu of Lahore, Bihar-i-Danish (‘The Romance of Jahandar Sultan and Bahravar Banu’), Mughal, late century Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Art Paintings, Indian Traditional Paintings, Indian Pictures, Asia, Figure Painting, Islamic Art, Pattern Art

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Murad Baksh, son of Shah Jahan, Mughal Empire Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Islamic Paintings, War Elephant, Indian Elephant, Sultan Murad, Elephant Images, Mughal Empire, India Art

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Murad Baksh, son of Shah Jahan, Mughal Empire

Madhumadhavi Ragini - lady brought in from storm. Opaque watercolour and gold on paper, Mughal style in Bengal, ca. Indian Traditional Paintings, Indian Paintings, Mughal Miniature Paintings, Watercolor Portrait Painting, Asian Flowers, Indian Art, Indian Music, Tribal Art, Islamic Art

Madhumadhavi Ragini | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections

Painting, madhumadhavi ragini, lady brought in from storm, opaque watercolour and gold on paper, Mughal style in Bengal, ca. 1760

Bildschirmfoto: ⁨The Jahangirnama : memoirs of Jahangir, Emperor of India⁩ Emperor Of India, Mughal Miniature Paintings, Islamic Art, Asian Art, Beast, Moose Art, Miniatures, Sketches, Fine Art

The Jahangirnama : memoirs of Jahangir, Emperor of India

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