A PORTRAIT OF A LADY PROVINCIAL MUGHAL, INDIA, CIRCA 1780 Opaque pigments and gold on paper, depicting a lady in green skirt and orange veil, standing to the left and holding a pink flower, christies. Indian woman in traditional costume. Costume of India in art
Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir - CE Mughal Emperor) (c. Establishing Islamic Law in the empire, expanding it to its greatest extent, making it the richest-most powerful empire of the time.
Shah Jahan Mumtaz Mahal Painting Handmade Mughal Emperor Empress Miniature Art
Mughal Miniature Painting – Shah Jahan & Mumtaz Mahal Subject: Mughal Miniature Painting Paint Material: Opaque watercolors Base Material: Silk Size: 5 in.
Khawas Khan, eunuch of Bahadur Shah I Mughal emperors appointed eunuchs and other gender ambiguous people in their courts as special advisors.
A Courtier, Possibly Khan Alam, Holding a Spinel and a Deccan Sword, c. attributed to Govardhan, Mughal
Shah Jahan Mughal Emperor - who had the gorgeous Taj Mahal built as a mausoleum after the death of his favorite consort wife) who died giving birth to her child.
This woman of the Kishangarh court is dressed as Radha, Krishna's lover. The elongated head and stylized eye are typical of a figural type that emerged in the Kishangarh court in the late eighteenth century