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A possibly Rajasthani painting depicting three ladies underneath a tree by a pavillion, one of them with a staf, with a snake coiling around it. Colours and gold on paper. Late 19th century

A possibly Rajasthani painting depicting three ladies underneath a tree by a pavillion, one of them with a staf, with a snake coiling around it. Colours and gold on paper. Late 19th century

A lady under a tree listening to musicians, one playing a lute-like instrument, while an attendant waits to the right. Goat, doe and two birds in foreground by a stream. Trees and hills in background. Islamic style, 18th century, Awadh. Trimmed.

A lady under a tree listening to musicians, one playing a lute-like instrument, while an attendant waits to the right. Goat, doe and two birds in foreground by a stream. Trees and hills in background. Islamic style, 18th century, Awadh. Trimmed.

Painting, in opaque watercolour on paper, depicting a lady with a vina, playing to antelope and deer, an illustration to the musical mode todi ragini. She wears an ochre-coloured sari with floral motifs and a yellow choli with red borders.

Todi Ragini (Painting)

Painting, in opaque watercolour on paper, depicting a lady with a vina, playing to antelope and deer, an illustration to the musical mode todi ragini. She wears an ochre-coloured sari with floral motifs and a yellow choli with red borders.

AN ALBUM PAGE. Opaque pigments heightened with gold on paper, PROVINCIAL MUGHAL INDIA, POSSIBLY MURSHIDABAD, ca. MID-18TH CENTURY, a richly dressed lady stands beneath a tree feeding a deer

AN ALBUM PAGE. Opaque pigments heightened with gold on paper, PROVINCIAL MUGHAL INDIA, POSSIBLY MURSHIDABAD, ca. MID-18TH CENTURY, a richly dressed lady stands beneath a tree feeding a deer

Miniature pasted on an album leaf. “A Woman Visiting a Yogini by a River” India, Mughal; c. 1650- The painting is an amazing meeting of cultures, and reflects an eclecticism that specifically characterized much Mughal art. At its best it is a fantastic synthesis of Indian, Persian, and European traditions. Others, however, feel that it lacks the originality that otherwise distinguishes the art of the three cultures.

Miniature pasted on an album leaf. “A Woman Visiting a Yogini by a River” India, Mughal; c. 1650- The painting is an amazing meeting of cultures, and reflects an eclecticism that specifically characterized much Mughal art. At its best it is a fantastic synthesis of Indian, Persian, and European traditions. Others, however, feel that it lacks the originality that otherwise distinguishes the art of the three cultures.

An illustration from a dispersed Ragamala series. A woman is seated, leaning against a bolster with three musicians, beside a bird-filled tree. Gouache painting on paper,     Rajasthan School, 1772

An illustration from a dispersed Ragamala series. A woman is seated, leaning against a bolster with three musicians, beside a bird-filled tree. Gouache painting on paper, Rajasthan School, 1772

Indian Painting, Gouache on Paper, Malashri Ragini, Rajasthan, 17th Century  Starting Bid: $1,200

Indian Painting, Gouache on Paper, Malashri Ragini, Rajasthan, 17th Century Starting Bid: $1,200

Painting. Ramayana. Rama and Sita enthroned, Hanuman massaging Rama's leg. Gouache on paper.

Painting. Ramayana. Rama and Sita enthroned, Hanuman massaging Rama's leg. Gouache on paper.

Radha is distraught as Krishna walks off dejectedly. The Abhisandhita nayika from a Rasikapriya or Astanayika series, Opaque pigments with gold and silver on paper, India, Guler, 1780-90

Radha is distraught as Krishna walks off dejectedly. The Abhisandhita nayika from a Rasikapriya or Astanayika series, Opaque pigments with gold and silver on paper, India, Guler, 1780-90

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