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Shah Jahan riding a piebald stallion
A portrait of Shah Jahan, emperor of Mughal India between 1628 until 1658. He is depicted mounted on a a piebald horse, dressed in a white jama and dark red paijama and wearing imperial jewels. He is armed with bow, arrows, katar and sword, and is shown with a gold nimbus. As featured in the British Library exhibition, Mughal India: Art, Culture and Empire. Johnson Album 4, 1
- Image reference B20056-34
- Copyright The British Library Board