Miniature Painting Depicting a Princess and Her Maid, Mughal India, 17th/18th century or later, dated AH 1022/1613 AD, signed "Manohar-Dakani," opaque watercolor on paper, depicting a seated Hindu princess and a standing female attendant in an enclosed garden with a marble pavilion, the cornice with the date 1023 H. and a Persian inscription, the foreground decorated with Indo-Islamic architecture and bridge, all within an orange band and an outer blue border with gilt decorations, 8 7/8 x 7 in., matted.
not examined out of matting. loss of pigment, creases, minor stains, very minor tears and pinholes, evidence of overpainting (in particular, the wall painted over the tree at the upper left corner).
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