Woman Applying Kohl: from an album assembled for emperor Jahangir.      c. 1590,  South Asia, India.      Mughal period,      Mughal style.

Woman Applying Kohl- from an album assembled for emperor Jahangir -Harvard Art Museums - century Mughal.

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

The Timid Bride, ca. 1800. India (Punjab Hills, Kangra). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1958 (58.1.2)

The Timid Bride Date: ca. 1800 Culture: India (Punjab Hills, Kangra) Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gilt on paper Dimensions: 7 x 5 in. x cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1958 Accession Number:

Maharaja Sardar Singh of Bikaner, ca. 1860–70. India (Rajasthan, Bikaner). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Fletcher Fund, 1996 (1996.100.7) #mustache #movember

Maharaja Sardar Singh of Bikaner Chotu Date: ca. Culture: India (Rajasthan, Bikaner) Medium: Opaque watercolor, ink, and gold on paper Dimensions: 16 x 12 in. x cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Fletcher Fund, 1996 Accession Number:

Mir 'Ali Haravi  (d. ca. 1550). "Dancing Dervishes", Folio from the Shah Jahan Album, recto: ca. 1610; verso: ca. 1530–50. India. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Rogers Fund and The Kevorkian Foundation Gift, 1955 (55.121.10.18) #dance

Mir 'Ali Haravi (d. "Dancing Dervishes", Folio from the Shah Jahan…

Painted Cloth (Pichwai) Depicting the Celebration of the Festival of Cows [India, Deccan] (2003.177) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Painted Cloth (Pichwai) Depicting the Celebration of the Festival of Cows [India, Deccan]

Nan va Halva (Breads and Sweets) the parable of a recluse who accepts bread from an infidel (here King Charles II) and is chided by a dog. ca. 1690. Deccan. Mughal, India

Nan va Halva (Breads and Sweets) the parable of a recluse who accepts bread from an infidel (here King Charles II) and is chided by a dog.

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