The use of shading composed of linear strokes to model the form derives from Mughal practice and was adopted at several of the Rajasthan courts early in the 18th century. The silhouetting of the profile is also found in Kota paintings of that period. However, the exaggerated curved shape of the eye as well as summary treatment of the pillow and trays with intoxicants in the foreground make a date around the turn of the 19th century more likely.
Marking: On back: 84; 150.....;Bundi
[ Vishnu Lall , New York, until 1958, sold to MMA]
New York. Visual Arts Gallery. "Indian Miniatures," April 5, 1972–April 27, 1972.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Mughal Influence in Rajasthani Painting," 2001.
Artist: Date: recto: ca. 1645; verso: ca. 1630–40 Accession Number: 126.96.36.199 Date: recto: ca. 1645; verso: ca. 1630–40Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paperAccession: 188.8.131.52On view in:Gallery 450
Artist: Edgar Degas (French, Paris 1834–1917 Paris) Date: ca. 1874Medium: Oil colors freely mixed with turpentine, with traces of watercolor and pastel over pen-and-ink drawing on cream-colored wove paper, laid down on bristol board and mounted on canvasAccession: 29.160.26On view in:Gallery 816