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A lady visiting a shrine
A Hindu lady visiting a shrine that is dedicated to Shiva, the Hindu deity. The lady is wearing a transparent dress with beaded jewellery and in the background is a fruit tree. The original painting was created by Muhammad Faqirillah Khan c. 1740.
As featured in the British Library exhibition Mughal India: Art, Culture and Empire.
Johnston Album 17, 3.
- Image reference E50003-84
- Copyright The British Library Board