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FOUR INDIAN PAINTINGS  India, late 19th - early 20th century  All in opaque pigments on paper, comprising an elegant lady wrapped in a do-shala shawl and bedecked in pearls, holding a cup, standing in profile against a verdigris background, within a gilt madder mount laid on gilt pink paper, framed and glazed, 26.5cm x 17cm, 38cm x 28.5cm; the apparition of an angel to a kneeling sadhu holding a black rosary by a fire, framed and glazed, 11.5cm x 18.2cm, 22cm x 28.5cm including frame; a scene from the Bhagavata Purana, Krishna playing hide-and-seek in a rocky landscape with magical visages appearing in the rocks, 13cm x 17.5cm, 22cm x 28.5cm including frame; and a Mewari painting of Nandi ridden by a sadhu, with peacocks, birds, and devotees, the one in the foreground throwing a garland beneath the Nandi's hooves, framed and glazed, 7cm x 12cm, 18cm x 26cm including frame.

Notes: Islamic & Indian Art

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FOUR INDIAN PAINTINGS India, late 19th - early 20th

Estimate £500 - £700May 3, 2019