Indian & Islamic PaintingsTo attempt to define the characteristics of 'Indian Painting' would be almost to miss the point of this multifaceted and...
- A Royal Personage from the Punjab Hills preparing for prayer, Attributed to the Master at the Court of Mankot, c. 1700-1730
- A Young Rajput Nobleman, Mughal style, possibly Amber patronage, 1660-80
- Bahram Gur facing the Dragon, School of Muhammad Zaman, Probably Isfahan, Central Iran, Last quarter of the 17th century
- Raja Sansar Chand and his son Anirudh Chand worshipping images of Shiva and Parvati, Style of Purkhu, Kangra, 1792–95
- Hindu Nautch scene with representations of Krishna and Balarama., Murshidabad, 1795-1807
- Muharram procession by night, Patna, 1820–30
- Cedrella Toona of Roxburgh The Sibpur Botanical Drawings commissioned during the superintendence of Sir William Roxburgh, Calcutta, circa 1800