Mughul school indian miniature, XVIIIth century

Region:India

Period:Mughul school, XVIIIth century

Media:Gouache on paper

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This nice miniature represents a princess with flower.

The most important of Bikaner in the field of art has been its miniaturised paintings. Its rich craftsmanship was greatly influenced by the Mughals and many Mughal painters were encouraged to attend the court at Bikaner.

In fact the Mughal influence on the Rajputs, led to a new style of painting: the royal portrait. Bikaner because of its intimate relations with the Mughals was one of the first schools to adopt this style.

Collection of the Maharadja of Bikaner
Collection Of Pastor H. Maas, The Netherlands.

Painting in good condition, framed.