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Indian Miniature Paintings

"Indian Miniature Paintings"

Asian Gallery (Toyokan) Room 13  October 13, 2020 (Tue) - November 8, 2020 (Sun)

Folio from a “Razmnama” Manuscript, By the Mughal school, End of 16th century

The art of “miniature painting” is one of India’s best-known genres. These paintings use elaborate brushwork and vibrant colors to depict a variety of themes, including: Indian myths, Hindu gods, portraits of kings, scenes from history, and love stories. Miniature paintings can also be enjoyed for their distinct regional styles that reflect India’s rich history of cultural diversity.

Major Work(s) on Exhibit 3 results
Designation Name Amount Creation Excavation Period Acquisition Ownership Comment
_MD_RECOMMEND Folio from a “Razmnama” Manuscript By the Mughal school, India End of 16th century TA-647-2
Hanuman Meets with Rama (“Ramayana”) By the Mewar school, India First half of 17th century TA-647-47
Rana Hammir Leaving Ranthambore Fort for Battle By the Kangra school, India End of 18th century TA-647-169