Prince Shah Shuja. Assuming that I have correctly identified which of the Shah Shuja's portrait this is. Then Shah Shuja was born on 23 June 1616, in Ajmer. He was the second son and child of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and his queen Mumtaz Mahal.
Women enjoying the river at the forest’s edge
The image of young women at play, in association with water and the fruiting of trees, such as this mango, has been used in Indian art to signal the idea of prosperity and abundance. Rain clouds
Vishnu and Lakshmi Flying Upon Garuda c. 1820. Opaque watercolor on paper Possibly made in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh or Uttarakhand, Garwahl region, India
Paper Sculptures - mmminimal
The intricate and delicate attention to detail present in Paper Sculptures by Rogan Brown communicates an intense appreciation of nature, and a need to understand its beauty through creative expressio
(#289) An Illustration of Krishna in his Cosmic Form
Krishna is depicted here in his cosmic form as Vishnu, with his serpent Sheshnaga beneath. The Pandava & Kaurava armies gather on each side of his feet. 7 oceans of the earth encircle his body & at their center is Krishna dancing in his rasalila or cosmic cycle of ecstasy. Brahma sits within the crown on his head while Shiva pays obeisance from his abode in Mount Kailasa on the upper right. Above, Krishna is seen dancing the divine rasalila in his heavenly abode. 18th Century, India…
atlas - vishvarupa
Vishnu Vishvarupa, XVIII cent. Iconographical form and theophany of the Hindu god Vishnu or his avatar Krishna. Vishvarupa has innumerable forms, eyes, faces, mouths, bellies and arms. All creatures of the world are part of him. He is the infinite universe, without a beginning or an end. He contains peaceful as well as wrathful forms.
Raja Durjan Sal of Kota | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections
Painting, Maharao Durjan Sal of Kota hunting lion, painted in opaque watercolour and gold on paper, Kota, 1778
Sweet Swan and LUSCIOUS Lady! Warwick Goble Vintage Digital Illustration. Digital Printable Image Download. Digital Print.
Lovely exotic illustration. Perfect for framing, cards, bookmarks, scrap-booking--the possibilities are numerous . The image is 4.96" x 8" You are purchasing an incredibly sharp, clear, digital image scanned at a high resolution, 300dpi in jpg form. Once payment is received, you will be able to INSTANTLY DOWNLOAD YOUR IMAGE(S). Our images can fit on 8.5 x 11 paper. **THE ANNOYING WATERMARK WILL NOT APPEAR ON YOUR DOWNLOAD** What fabulous things can you create? Announcements…
The Fall of Man and Rise of the Female Warrior
I got hit by an unknown man on the street a few of days ago. My mistake- Sheer existence of female parts. And a penchant for righteousness, fueled by adrenalin. It was around 12am and my friends ha…
danielwamba: “ http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?objectId=1633971&partId=1&searchText=kali&page=1 Album of popular prints mounted on cloth pages....