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Girls dancing before Shah Jahan; single-page drawing on a detached album folio. Depiction of twirling girls and musicians performing before Shah Jahan seated on a carpet against a cushion.
Ink and light colour on paper.
- Made in: India
- (Asia,South Asia,India)
- Height: 30.35 centimetres (drawing)
- Width: 21 centimetres (drawing)
Inscription Positioncentre upper edge
Inscription Translation"group scene of his majesty Shah Jahan, work of Nadir Zaman"
31 May 1996
Reason for treatment
Attached by verso edges to old mount.
Demount, removed paper tape hinges with moisture. Mounted in royal acid free board by MT3.
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Object reference number: RFM547
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