- Museum number
- Series: Portraits of Hindu Princes and Chiefs
ʿIzzat Xán (d. 1633), son-in-law of Abdullah Xán Bahádur Firuz Jang; single-page drawing mounted on a detached album folio. Figure shown in profile with arms crossed, carrying sword and dagger at waist. He appears to be floating foot-less in the centre of the page. Framed by a thin border of marbled grey overlaid with gold foliate motif and outlined in gold; margin decorated with marbled grey and pink flowering plants outlined in gold on neutral ground; entire folio bordered by a thin, green adhesive strip. Inscribed. Folio belongs to a series of single-page paintings and drawings of Indian rulers, all of which were once attached to the leaves of the album 1920,0917,0.13, also housed in the British Museum collection.
Ink and gold on paper.
- Production date
- 1630 (circa)
Height: 22.50 centimetres (drawing)
Height: 36.10 centimetres (sheet)
Width: 12 centimetres (drawing)
Width: 23.80 centimetres (sheet)
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Transferred from the Department of Oriental Manuscripts and Printed Books (OMPB).
- Middle East
- Registration number