Anonymous | Girl holding a Calf, Anonymous, 1700 - 1750 | Een vrouw met een kalfje onder haar rechterarm in een tuin met bloeiende struiken en cypressen. In haar linkerhand houdt zij een bloem.

Noblewoman holding a Calf in a Cypress Garden. Gouache on paper, India, Deccan, Bidar, ca.

An elegant youth seated on a day-bed holding a sitar and smoking a huqqa, Rajasthan, Bikaner, first half 18th century | Lot | Sotheby's

An elegant youth seated on a day-bed holding a sitar and smoking a from a huqqa, Rajasthan, Bikaner, India.

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Female Siddha (Master or adept). Pahari, Late Basholi or Mankot, circa 1760

Vipralabhda Nayika ~ casting off her ornaments in disgust, after waiting for him, to no avail. A girl casting off her ornaments.      Pahari School,     Kangra Style.   Date      1760 (circa).     Painted in: Panjab Hills

Vipralabhda Nayika ~ casting off her ornaments in disgust, after waiting for him, to no avail. A girl casting off her ornaments. Date 1760 (circa). Painted in: Panjab Hills

"Maiden with a Bird." Varanasi, Bharat Kala Bhavan Museum. Guler, Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh, India. c.1800.

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Mughal Miniature Painting Depicting a Lady Standing by a Tree in Blossom

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The woman braves the terrors of a dark and stormy night in order to meet her lover, and her broken ornaments lie on the ground near the threatening snakes. The painting is 'Pahari', or from the Punjab Hills. Pahari artists often depicted the theme of eight nayikas, showing ladies in different states of love and their behaviour. This nayika is called Abhisarika or 'fearless'. Guler, c.1760.  Click & enlarge for image's detail: http://media.vam.ac.uk/collections/img/2014/HC/2014HC2435_2500.jpg

Abhisarika Nayika (Painting)

The woman braves the terrors of a dark and stormy night in order to meet her lover, and her broken ornaments lie on the ground near the threatening snakes. The painting is 'Pahari', or from the Punjab Hills. Pahari artists often depicted the theme of eight nayikas, showing ladies in different states of love and their behaviour. This nayika is called Abhisarika or 'fearless'. Guler, c.1760. Click & enlarge for image's detail: http://media.vam.ac.uk/collections/img/2014/HC/2014HC2435_2500.jpg

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