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Two orioles (front)   © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Two Orioles, Mughal, North India, c. This composition is closely related to European botanical and natural history studies which had begun to reach the Mughal court by the late century. The upper bird is a male Indian Golden Oriole (Oriolus kundoo),

A Variety of Birds. Watercolour. Probably Murshidabad, Mughal, India, c.1760

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Two myna birds, Mughal, North India, c. 1620.

Two Myna Birds -- Circa 1620 -- Mughal, North India -- Via the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England.

A Rare Concertina-form Album of Miniatures and Calligraphy (Muraqqa’), Persia, 16th-19th century - Sotheby's

A Rare Concertina-form Album of Miniatures and Calligraphy (Muraqqa’), Persia…

Red–Headed Vulture and Long–Billed Vulture: Leaf from the Shah Jahan Album, Mughal, period of Jahangir (1605–27), ca. 1615–20 By Mansur India Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper; H. 15 3/8 in. (39.1 cm), W. 10 1/16 in. (25.6 cm) Met Museum

cocoroachchanel: “ “Red-Headed Vulture and Long-Billed Vulture”, Folio from the Shah Jahan Album, Painting by Mansur ”

Count Raggi Bird of Paradise Painting Rare Handmade Indian Miniature Nature Art

Red Plumed Count Raggi Subject: Indian Bird Miniature Painting Paint Material: Watercolor Base Material: Paper with Islamic scripts (unframed) Size: in.

Mansur, Kingfisher, Indian, Mughal period, about 1620.

Kingfisher Indian Mughal period about 1620 Possibly by Mansur (Indian, active about Indian)

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