Mewar School

Watercolours
mewar school An Illustration To A Ramayana Series: Bharata, Shatrughana And Villagers Distressed By Rama's Departure

Bonhams /Mar 17, 2014
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 Mewar School - An Illustration From A Ramayana Series: A Rishi Guides Rama And Lakshmana To Elephants And Deer

Mewar School - An Illustration From A Ramayana Series: A Rishi Guides Rama And Lakshmana To Elephants And Deer

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Lot number: 119
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An illustration from a ramayana series: A rishi guides Rama and Lakshmana to elephants and deer Mewar, circa 1700-1710 Opaque watercolor and gold on paper; numbered '82' from Book III of the Tulsi Ramayana; the rishi tells Rama that the elephants and deer can be found in the Ganga three yojana (approximately 25 miles) from Chiktrakoot mountain. Folio: 10 1/2 x 16 1/2 (26.6 x 41.9 cm) Footnotes Provenance: Private Collection, California
 Mewar School - Portrait Of Rajah On Horseback

Mewar School - Portrait Of Rajah On Horseback

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Lot number: 159
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INDIAN MINIATURE School of Mewar (c. 18th century) Portrait of Rajah on Horseback watercolor on paper heightened with gold and silver,unsigned. 8 3/4 x 11 3/4 Provenance: A Connecticut estate; Descended to a privatecollection, New Hampshire. Other Notes: For more detailed information pertaining to this lot,please click on the ESSAY. Estimate $ 4,000-6,000
 Mewar School - An Illustration From A Ramayana: Rama And Lakshmana Arrive At Dasharatha's Palace

Mewar School - An Illustration From A Ramayana: Rama And Lakshmana Arrive At Dasharatha's Palace

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An illustration from a ramayana: Rama and Lakshmana arrive at Dasharatha's palace Mewar, circa 1700-1710 Opaque watercolor and gold paper; numbered '67' from of Book III the Tulsi Ramayana; the palace women look down upon the arrival by chariot of Rama and Laksmana, they present themselves before a despondent Dasharatha while Kaikeyi delivers the news of Rama's sentence to exile, and chauri bearers flank the empty throne outside. Folio: 10 1/2 x 16 1/2 (26.6 x 41.9 cm) Footnotes Other related pages from the same period are in The Walters Museum, Baltimore, (see Pal, Desire and Devotion , Baltimore, 2001, no. 58, p. 130); Topsfield, Court Paintings at Udaipur , Zurich, 2001, no. 65, p. 97; Brooklyn Museum of Art (see Poster, Realms of Heroism , New York, 1994, nos 166 & 168, pp. 212 & 215); Davidson, Art of the Indian Subcontinent from Los Angeles Collections , Los Angeles, 1967, no. 118, p. 79. Provenance: Private Collection, California
 Mewar School - An Illustration To A Ramayana Series: Bharata, Shatrughana And Villagers Distressed By Rama's Departure

Mewar School - An Illustration To A Ramayana Series: Bharata, Shatrughana And Villagers Distressed By Rama's Departure

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Lot number: 121
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An illustration to a ramayana series: Bharata, Shatrughana and villagers distressed by Rama's departure Mewar, circa 1700-1710 Opaque watercolor and gold on paper; numbered '137' from of Book III the Tulsi Ramayana; Bharata and Shatrughna are tying knots in their hair and the villagers are crying at the prospect of Rama's departure, Rama is sleeping in a chamber after he discarded his robes. Folio: 10 1/2 x 16 1/2 (26.6 x 41.9 cm) Footnotes Provenance: Private Collection, California
 Mewar School - An Equestrian Portait Of Maharaja Sardar Singh

Mewar School - An Equestrian Portait Of Maharaja Sardar Singh

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An equestrian portait of Maharaja Sardar Singh Mewar, circa 1840 Opaque watercolor and gold on paper; lavishly attired and bejeweled the youthful rana is mounted on favored stallion in the presence of various courtier on foot; the inscription in devanagari reads, Maharaja Ji Shri Siradar Singh Ji Gaad[i] Ore Kechek[?] ; "Maharaja Sidar Singh riding the horse Ore Kechek[?]". 10 1/4 x 8 in. (26 x 20.2 cm) Footnotes Sardar Singh ruled 1838-42, assuming the throne from the heirless Jawan Singh. His ineffective period of rule is reflected in the low output of paintings as noted by Topsfield ( Court Paintings at Udaipur , Zurich, 2000, p.272), For another portrait see Spink & Son, The Sublime Image , London, 1997, no. 10. Provenance: Spink & Son, London, mid 1980s Henry Ginsberg Collection, London E W Art, Pasadena, 2007 Paul F. Walter Collection
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