Indian Traditional Paintings

Painting in India were either executed on walls, scrolls or on folios. The subject was mainly religious or drew from the two Epics. The Mughal miniatures were influenced by the Persian style and later developed into distinct individual regional Styles.
45 Pins36 Followers
Babur Entertained by Badi uz-Zaman-Mirza in the Jahan Ara Garden in Herat (lower)    Miniatures from the Babur-nama manuscript. India. Mogul style. Late 16th century    The Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow

Babur Entertained by Badi uz-Zaman-Mirza in the Jahan Ara Garden in Herat (lower) Miniatures from the Mughal Babur-nama manuscript. The Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow

Two Orioles, Mughal, North India, c. 1610. This composition is closely related to European botanical and natural history studies which had begun to reach the Mughal court by the late 16th century. The upper bird is a male Indian Golden Oriole (Oriolus kundoo), the lower bird a male Black-hooded Oriole (Oriolus xanthornus).  Via the Ashmolean

Two Orioles, Mughal, North India, circa The upper bird is a male Indian Golden Oriole (Oriolus kundoo), the lower bird a male Black-hooded Oriole (Oriolus xanthornus).

This illustration to the Akbarnama (Book of Akbar) depicts the Mughal emperor Akbar (r.1556–1605) on horseback, inspecting a wild elephant captured from a herd during a royal hunting expedition near Malwa in north central India. The elephant is shown tethered to a tree to start its training process, and two trained elephants can be seen in the foreground being led away. The manuscript describes in detail the process of training a wild elephant.

Akbar

Mughal emperor Akbar on horseback, inspecting a wild elephant captured from a herd during a royal hunting expedition near Malwa in north central India - Mughal Painting, Circa

MOGHUL MANUSCRIPT, ILLUMINATED 17TH CENTURY Mansur,Ustad A Barbet (Himalayan blue-throated bird). Ustad Mansur was a 17th century Mughal painter who specialised in depicting plants and animals. Jahangir Period, Mughal miniature painting; 1615.

Ustad Mansur, A Barbet (Himalayan blue-throated bird). Ustad Mansur was a century Mughal painter who specialised in depicting plants and animals.

Indian Floral Flower Miniature Painting Moghul Mughal Handmade Watercolor Art

stilllifequickheart: Unknown (India) Decorative Motif 1850 [ "Unknown (India) Decorative Motif, 1850 (still life quick heart)", "Decorative motif in

Mansur, Kingfisher, Indian, Mughal period, about 1620.

Kingfisher Indian Mughal period about 1620 Possibly by Mansur (Indian, active about Indian)

Mughal, tree of life

Accession Number: Display Title: Flowering tree with a bird under an architectural niche Suite Name: Media & Support: Opaque watercolor and gold on

Edwin Lord Weeks - Royal Elephant At The Gateway To The Jami Masjid Mathura

Orientalism Art: Edwin Lord Weeks 'Royal Elephant at the Gateway to the Jami Masjid, Mathura'

Procession of Sultan Ibrahim 'Adil Shah II Artist: Bikaner Painter Date: ca. 1595 Geography: India, Deccan, Bijapur Culture: Islamic Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper

Floral painting, Mughal style miniature

Beautiful floral miniature painting From the century onwards, under the Mughal dynasty, flower and leaf forms became a popular art subject.

THREE PAINTINGS OF INDIAN BIRDS   INDIA, 19TH CENTURY OR LATER   Opaque pigments on paper, depicting a hornbill perched on a blossoming tree with large orange flowers, a black and white duck and a crane, each facing left, laid down on gilt cardboard with speckled borders, each individually mounted  Hornbill: painting 5 5/8 x 4in. (14.3 x 10.1cm.); panel 10 1/8 x 8½in. (22.7 x 21.5cm.)

THREE PAINTINGS OF INDIAN BIRDS INDIA, 19TH CENTURY OR LATER Opaque pigments on paper, depicting a hornbill perched on a blossoming tree with large orange flowers, a black and white duck and a crane, each facing left, laid down on gilt cardboard with speckled borders, each individually mounted Hornbill: painting 5 5/8 x 4in. (14.3 x 10.1cm.); panel 10 1/8 x 8½in. (22.7 x 21.5cm.)

Mughal-Floral-Flower-Miniature-Painting-Watercolor. From the 17th century onwards, under the Mughal dynasty, flower and leaf forms became a popular art subject. This is partly due to the personal taste of the Mughal emperor Jahangir (1605-1627) who had a great love of nature and was very interested in capturing plants and animals on paper.

Beautiful floral miniature painting From the century onwards, under the Mughal dynasty, flower and leaf forms became a popular art subject. This is partly due to the perso…

Pinterest
Search