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A female ascetic with two disciples. On paper.       Mughal Style.   Date      18thC:

A female ascetic with two disciples.

A woman and a child making offerings to a yogi while a female attendant watches.      Bikaner Style,      Rajasthan School.  Date      1700 (circa)     1750 (circa)

A woman and a child making offerings to a yogi while a female attendant watches. Date 1700 (circa) 1750 (circa)

Painting. Ragamala. A woman standing in a field with peacocks. Painted on paper.

An illustration of Kakubha Ragini from a set of Ragamala paintings. A woman standing in a field with peacocks.

Indian miniature depicting Layla Wa Majnun- Pigments and gold on paper India, probably Lucknow, late 18th - early 19th century, Mughal dynast...

Indian miniature depicting Layla Wa Majnun India, probably Lucknow late - early century, Mughal dynasty Pigments and gold on paper Height: 34 cm ;

Miniature from a copy of the Ramayana. “Sita Shies Away from Hanuman, Believing He is Ravana in Disguise” India, Mughal; 1594 Known for his ...

Miniature from a copy of the Ramayana. “Sita Shies Away from Hanuman, Believing He is Ravana in Disguise” India, Mughal; 1594 Known for his religious tolerance, the great Mughal Akbar had holy Hindu scriptures translated into Persian. He presented.

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India, Popular Mughal School, probably done at Bikaner, c. 1630, opaque watercolor and gold on paper, Image: 14.90 x 10.10 cm (5 13/16 x 3 15/16 inches); Overall: 24.00 x 16.80 cm (9 7/16 x 6 9/16 inches); with mat: 35.50 x 25.40 cm (13 15/16 x 10 inches). Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund 1971.91

India, Popular Mughal School, probably done at Bikaner, Mughal Dynasty opaque watercolor and gold on paper, Image: x cm x 3 inches); Overall: x cm x 6 inches); with mat: x cm x 10 inches). and Martha Holden Jennings Fund

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