Handmade Shah Jahan Watercolor Paper Painting
Handmade Shah Jahan Watercolor Paper Painting
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This ovally framed portrait is of the Mughal emperor Shahjahan, the builder of the Tajmahal. He is the only one of the Great Mughals to have lived to the greatest of grandeur and the worst of grief and achieved the highest of glory and the lowest of gloom. This depiction closely represents his likeness, as has been recorded in his contemporary portraits. The National Museum, New Delhi, has in its collection a 1616-17 portrait of Shahjahan by Nadir-al-Zaman-Abul Hasan, inscribed in Shah Jahan's hand, "A good likeness of me in my 25th year". The portrait here save that it is a bearded Shahjahan of later days and has a somewhat different styled turban - a mix of Jehangari and his styles, has a close resemblance to his authentic likeness.

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Views: 43
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This ovally framed portrait is of the Mughal emperor Shahjahan, the builder of the Tajmahal. He is the only one of the Great Mughals to have lived to the greatest of grandeur and the worst of grief and achieved the highest of glory and the lowest of gloom. This depiction closely represents his likeness, as has been recorded in his contemporary portraits. The National Museum, New Delhi, has in its collection a 1616-17 portrait of Shahjahan by Nadir-al-Zaman-Abul Hasan, inscribed in Shah Jahan's hand, "A good likeness of me in my 25th year". The portrait here save that it is a bearded Shahjahan of later days and has a somewhat different styled turban - a mix of Jehangari and his styles, has a close resemblance to his authentic likeness.

Shah Jahan Watercolor Painting: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/paintings/shah-jahan-mb78/

Portraits Paintings: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/paintings/mughal/portraits/

Mughal Paintings: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/paintings/mughal/

Indian Art: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/paintings/

#paintings #mughalarts #mughalpaintings #portraits #shahjahanpaintings #watercolorpaintings #handmadeart #indianpaintings #indianart