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Inside The Darbar Of Mughal Art In Delhi Photos

The Book Princes And Painters In Mughal Delhi Explores Delhis Historic Art Artists And Royal Patrons In A City Then Mired In Intense Power Struggles And The Looming Takeover Of The East India Company Art And Innovations Broke All Stereotype And Experimented With Richness And Vigour

Emperor Akbar II Portrait Inside The Darbar Of Mughal Art In Delhi

Emperor Akbar II Portrait Inside The Darbar Of  Mughal Art In Delhi

In This Image:
Portraits Of Akbar II Painted By Ghulam Ali Khan.Pinces And Painters In Mugal Delhi, 1707-1857, Published By Penguin Books, India


Bishop Reginald Heber Paint Inside The Darbar Of Mughal Art In Delhi

Bishop Reginald Heber Paint Inside The Darbar Of  Mughal Art In Delhi

In This Image:
Ochterlony Amazed Bishop Reginald Heber, The Anglican Primate Of Calcutta, By Receiving Him Sitting On A Diwan Wearing Hindustani Pyjamas And A Turban, All The While Being Fanned By Servants Holding A Peacock Feather, Also Known As A Pankha


Darbar Of Akbar Paint Photo Inside The Darbar Of Mughal Art In Delhi

Darbar Of Akbar Paint Photo Inside The Darbar Of  Mughal Art In Delhi

In This Image:
Darbar Of Akbar Drawn Around 1820


A Procession Of Emperor Akbar Shah II Panting Inside The Darbar Of Mughal Art In Delhi

A Procession Of Emperor Akbar Shah II Panting Inside The Darbar Of  Mughal Art In Delhi

In This Image:
Procession Of Emperor Akbar Shah II Art Painting


Eight Sigh Courtiers Painting Photo Inside The Darbar Of Mughal Art In Delhi

Eight Sigh Courtiers Painting Photo Inside The Darbar Of  Mughal Art In Delhi

In This Image:
This Painting Painted By A Master Artist Working For William Fraser Shows Eight Sigh Courtiers And Servants Of The Raja Of Patiala, Drawn In 1817


A Lady Worshiping Linga Paint Photo Inside The Darbar Of Mughal Art In Delhi

A Lady Worshiping Linga Paint Photo Inside The Darbar Of  Mughal Art In Delhi

In This Image:
A Painting By Muhammad Faqirullah Khan (Active Between 1720 And 1770) Of A Lady Visiting A Shaivite Shrine. The Painting Is A Pictorial Representation Of The Musical Mode Of The Bhairavi Ragini, Usually Depicted By A Lady Worshipping A Lingam. Khan’s Later Work Indicates That He Moved Away From The Mughal Court To Find Patronage Elsewhere


Elephant Fight Paint Inside The Darbar Of Mughal Art In Delhi

Elephant Fight Paint Inside The Darbar Of  Mughal Art In Delhi

In This Image:
Shahjahan Watching An Elephant Fight, An Illustrated Manuscript Folio From The Padshahnama, Probably Drawn In 1639;



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