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Choose from 433 pictures in our Servant 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.


An official of the British East India Company riding on an elephant with an escort of foot soldiers Featured Print

An official of the British East India Company riding on an elephant with an escort of foot soldiers

An official of the British East India Company riding on an elephant with an escort of foot soldiers and mounted Indian retainers. Country of Origin: India. Culture: Indian. Date/Period: End of 18th century. Material Size: Painting on paper. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Location: 14

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Bahram Gur and the Indian Princess in the Dark Palace on Saturday, Folio 23v..., ca. 1430 Featured Print

Bahram Gur and the Indian Princess in the Dark Palace on Saturday, Folio 23v..., ca. 1430

Bahram Gur and the Indian Princess in the Dark Palace on Saturday, Folio 23v from a Haft Paikar (Seven Portraits) of the Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami, ca. 1430

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Maharaja Sidh Sen Receiving an Embassy, ca. 1700-10. Creator: Master of the Mandi atelier Featured Print

Maharaja Sidh Sen Receiving an Embassy, ca. 1700-10. Creator: Master of the Mandi atelier

Maharaja Sidh Sen Receiving an Embassy, ca. 1700-10.
The subdues palette of grays, greens, and whites and the sophisticated drawing of this unusually large and ambitious painting mark it as the work of the most important Mandi painter of the early eighteenth century. The dual-level composition, in which the maharaja and two visiting dignitaries sit on a raised dais covered with a summer carpet while retainers and mounts stand on the ground below, derives from Mughal models. The subject is extremely unusual within the corpus of hill-state painting; the picture probably records an actual meeting, which seems filled with import. In Hindu painting, rulers are routinely portrayed on a larger scale than their courtiers, as befits their royal stature. Here, the two massive figures face each other; the white-robed Sidh Sen and his portly petitioner

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