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Love Scene from the Rasikapriya

Object Name:
Illustrated single work
Date:
18th century
Geography:
Attributed to India, Rajasthan, Bikaner
Medium:
Black ink on paper
Dimensions:
4.31 in. high 4.06 in. wide (10.9 cm high 10.3 cm wide)
Classification:
Codices
Credit Line:
Gift of Richard Ettinghausen, 1976
Accession Number:
1976.109
Not on view
Richard Ettinghausen, Princeton (until 1976; gifted to MMA)
Pal, Pratapaditya, and Catherine Glynn. "Indian drawings from the Paul F. Walter Collection." In Sensuous Line. 11. Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1976. Attributed to Rajput style, Bikaner school, ca. 1700; says drawing is extremely delicate and light, characteristic of Bikaner artists such as Nuruddin and Ruknuddin who flourished at about this period.



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