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Portrait of a Woman Object Name: Illustrated album leaf or single work Date: 18th century Geography: India Culture: Islamic

Portrait of a Woman Object Name: Illustrated album leaf or single work Date: century Geography: India Culture: Islamic Dimensions: 13 x 9 x Classification: Codices Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1918 Accession Number:

A Noblewoman Visits a Lingam Shrine at Night - Mughal Painting, Late 18th Century

A Noblewoman Visits a Lingam Shrine at Night - Mughal Painting, Late Century

A Portrait of Emperor Awrangzeb (r.1658-1707), India, Mughal, circa 1670 Gouache heightened with gold on paper, depicting Awrangzeb wearing a jewelled red and gold turban, gold floral patka, holding a fly whisk and sword, a halo around his head, with a jewelled katar secured in his belt, laid down on an album page with leafy outer margins set with applied foliate cartouches in different colours.

Emperor Alamgir (also called Awrangzeb) Wearing a jewelled red and gold turban, gold floral patka, holding a fly whisk and sword, a halo around his head, with a jewelled katar secured in his belt.

Shahab ud-Din Mohammad Khurram, Shah Jahan

Shahab ud-Din Mohammad Khurram, Shah Jahan - The Mughal Emperor who built Taj Mahal in

Humayun was the second Mughal emperor. When he was growing up he learned Turki, Arabic, and Persian. He was interested in mathematics, philosophy, and astrology.

Humayun was the second Mughal emperor. When he was growing up he learned Turki, Arabic, and Persian. He was interested in mathematics, philosophy, and astrology.

Man Singh with Khan Jahan Koka presenting the keys of Daulatabad fortress to Emperor Aurangzeb (a fragment), attributed to Bhavanidas, Kishangarh, circa 1720 | lot | Sotheby's

Nawab Khan Jahan Koka and Raja Man Singh of Kishangarh presenting the keys of Daulatabad fortress to Emperor Aurangzeb (a fragment), attributed to Bhavanidas, Kishangarh, circa 1720

Mirza Ghazi Bayg Tarkhan was the Mughal Subahdar of Sindh and loyal to Emperor Akbar.

Mirza Ghazi Bayg Tarkhan was the Mughal Subahdar of Sindh and loyal to Emperor Akbar.

Indian miniature, Akbar period, 1600-1605The very idea of a bird is a symbol and…

Indian miniature, Akbar period, Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Beautiful example of art from the period of Ottoman rule.

TWO LADIES IN CONVERSATION | MUGHAL SCHOOL, NORTH INDIA, CIRCA 1760-1780 | Drawings & Watercolors, body colour / gouache | Christie's

Two Ladies In Conversation Mughal School, North India, Circa Viens, Mallika! Mallika and Lakmé