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W.699, Single leaf of the Virgin and Child


This Mughal miniature, dating to the early eleventh century AH / seventeenth CE, depicts the Virgin and Child after a European example. Its composition and use of grisaille are analogous to an image of the Virgin and Child depicted by the Mughal artist Manohar (Institut NĂ©erlandis, Paris), which has been compared to works by the sixteenth-century Flemish artist Hieronymus Wierix. The painted borders probably date to the late thirteenth century AH / nineteenth CE.

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    1. fol. W.699a

      W.699, fol. W.699a
    2. fol. W.699b

      W.699, fol. W.699b

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