Rajasthani nobleman receiving religious dignitaries,... - Lot 116 - Ader

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Rajasthani nobleman receiving religious dignitaries,... - Lot 116 - Ader
Rajasthani nobleman receiving religious dignitaries, Rajasthan, probably Jaipur, late 18th - early 19th
, framed with a yellow fillet and red borders, matted in Persian qajar silk.
Leaning against a gilded cushion and holding a rosary, a haloed raja dressed in a white robe with golden motifs, is seated on a pink flowered carpet fanned by a servant holding a chauri. Accompanied by a sadhu. He is talking with two religious men dressed in white robes. On the reverse of the miniature, a Nagari inscription reading "Pra(?)jananda-ji Balananda-ji deve Vabhavadas-ji" and its translation "Brajanandji Balanandji, Babha.. das". On the back, an old label describing the scene and indicating the provenance of the Clément Huart collection.
Size page: 35.4 x 25.4 cm; view: 27.6 x 18.7 cmProvenance

- Former collection Clément Huart.
- Galerie Joseph Soustiel, Paris.

A Rajput nobleman in conversation with two religious men, Rajasthan, probably Jaipur, late 18th-early 19th centuryProvenance

: Collection Marie-Christine David


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