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Delhi Gallery

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Choose from 223 pictures in our Delhi collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Lovers and beloveds: A composite of scenes from Persian, Urdu, and Sanskrit literature, c Featured Print

Lovers and beloveds: A composite of scenes from Persian, Urdu, and Sanskrit literature, c

Lovers and beloveds: A composite of scenes from Persian, Urdu, and Sanskrit literature, c. 1735. The figure of Joseph, identified by his halo, sits in the center near the top of this painting of heroes and heroines of ten different Persian, Urdu, and Sanskrit romances. The depicted scene occurs after Joseph has been purchased by Zulaykha in Egypt. Zulaykha, wishing to show him off to her friends and acquaintances, invites them to her home where she supplies oranges and knives. When the women see Joseph, they all are so distracted by his divine beauty that they accidentally cut their hands while peeling their oranges, but remain mesmerized by his appearance. The dramatic scene in the center is from the Persian romance of Khusrau and Shirin, in which Farhad, a stonecutter who loved Shirin, threw himself to his death from a mountaintop after hearing news of Shirin's death, falsely sent to him from his rival Khusrau. The emaciated Majnun is in the lower right corner. Every vignette has been identified with a tiny Persian inscription

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Delhi, c1930s. Artist: ENA Featured Print

Delhi, c1930s. Artist: ENA

Delhi. In this vista of the Jama Masjid over the backs of the hugely laden donkeys we see the grand flight of steps leading to one of its three gateways. Each of the minarets stands 130 feet from the ground, c1930s. From Geographical Magazine, Volume 3

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A Slipper-maker, 1903. Artist: Mortimer L Menpes Featured Print

A Slipper-maker, 1903. Artist: Mortimer L Menpes

A Slipper-maker, 1903. Also known as the Imperial Durbar, the Delhi Durbar was held three times, in 1877, 1903, and 1911, at the height of the British Empire to mark the succession of an Emperor or Empress of India. From The Durbar, by Mortimer Menpes. Text by Dorothy Menpes. [Adam and Charles Black, London, 1903]

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