Two elephants confronting each other, Rajasthan,... - Lot 105 - Ader

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Two elephants confronting each other, Rajasthan,... - Lot 105 - Ader
Two elephants confronting each other, Rajasthan, Kotah, first half 18th
centuryBlack ink
drawing
on paper, each elephant mounted by a mahout brandishing an ankus.
13 x 31.5 cmBends
, tears, foxing, frame
.


Provenance:
Sam Fogg, London, before 2011.

Bibliography:
Drawings from Indian Courts, Sam Fogg, London, November 2011, cat. 14.

Compare with two drawings of elephants attributed to Shaykh Taju, c. 1730 (Welch, S. C. and Masteller, K., From Mind, Heart and Hand: Persian, Turkish and Indian Drawings from the Stuart Cary Welch Collection, New Haven, 2004, no. 48 and no. 49).

An Ink Drawing of Two Elephants in Combat, Kotah, Rajasthan, North India, circa 1700-30Provenance

: Marie-Christine David Collection

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