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Jahangir Court

The Death of Mulla ‘Ali the Seal Engraver in 1612 - a Painting illustrating the Jahangirnama Mughal, c. Opaque pigments and gold on paper Painting: x 21 cm;

The Emperor Jahangir with his harem. Drawing with use of colours on paper, early 19th century borders with floral designs in colours and gold on cream paper in the style of the Shah Jaham Albums, Mughal, Early 17th century

The Emperor Jahangir with his harem. Drawing with use of colours on paper, early century borders with floral designs in colours and gold on cream paper in the style of the Shah Jaham Albums, Mughal, Early century

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Akbar Visited by Jahangir and Daniyal

Akbar Visited by Jahangir and Daniyal Object Name: Album leaf Date: century Geography: India

Style: Mughal; Type: Portraiture and court life; Title: 'Gathering of dervishes and drug addicts', north India, 1605-1610

Type: Portraiture and court life; Title: 'Gathering of dervishes and drug addicts', north India,

"A Scene of Men Shoeing a Horse" A Mughal painting in opaque watercolour on paper dated 1605-1615 and attributed to Salim Quli.

"A Scene of Men Shoeing a Horse" A Mughal painting in opaque watercolour on paper dated and attributed to Salim Quli.

KALILA WA DEMNA Figure 3. Fanza refuses to return to the king. Naṣr-Allāh, Kalila o Demna. Ink, colors, and gold on paper. Baghdad (?), ca. 1460. Tehran, Golestān Palace Library, MS pers. 827, fol. 72b. – Encyclopaedia Iranica

a collection of didactic animal fables, with the jackals Kalila and Demna as two of the principal characters.