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Prince hawking with an attendant in a landscape
Prince hawking with an attendant in a landscape, by a Golconda artist (1610–1620).
A prince wearing a full-length green jama with a long ‘patka’ and a richly decorated sash rides a chestnut stallion. The prince looks back at a ‘chenar’ tree in which several birds are possible prey for the falcon which flutters on his right hand. He is preceded by a ‘sais’ carrying a straight sword, an axe and a bundle tied on his shoulders; a black and white hound walks alongside. A formalised stream with rocky verges runs from the left side of the picture across the foreground through a flowery meadow banded at the top by a broken ridge of pink rocks. In the background a town and trees are set against a gold sky with Chinese clouds.
Johnson 67, 3
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