Swapnil Saxena

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(Unknown). Folio from a Tantric Manuscript on Ekadashi, the 11th Tithi of Shukla Paksha. Jaipur. 1800.

Indian miniature painting: Folio from a Tantric manuscript on Ekadashi, the tithi of the waxing moon. Jaipur, circa Opaque water-colour with gold on wasli.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Lady Watching Her Maid Kill a Snake Geography: Made in Deccan region, India, Asia Probably made in Bijapur, Karnataka, India, Asia Date: c. 1775-1800 Medium: Opaque watercolor with gold on paper.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Lady Watching Her Maid Kill a Snake

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Maharaja Man Singh of Jodhpur Visits the Mahamandir

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Maharaja Man Singh of Jodhpur Visits the Mahamandir

Miniature pasted on an album leaf. “Portrait of a Holy Man” India, Mughal; 1620-1630 Leaf: 36.5 × 23.7 cm

Miniature pasted on an album leaf. “Portrait of a Holy Man” India, Mughal; he masterful portrait of an old holy man was probably made by one of Jahangir’s court painters. The David Collection

A Nayak and Nayika sitting on throne, Kishangarh, 18th century. Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur

Nayak and Nayaki, Kishangarh Century Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur

Asavari Ragini (detail). From a Ragamala series, Opaque watercolor and gold on paper, Malwa, Central India, late 17th century, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Asavari Ragini (detail). From a Ragamala series, Opaque watercolor and gold on paper, Malwa, Central India, late 17th century, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Portraits of prince and princesse, grandchildren of Sultan Jahan Begum of Bhopal, c.1910 Toned platinum and gelatin silver prints,

Portraits of prince and princesse, grandchildren of Sultan Jahan Begum of Bhopal, Toned platinum and gelatin silver prints, mounted, one with printed Gobind and Badri Narain credit on verso.

An illustration, probably to a Siva Rahasya series Jodhpur, circa 1827

View An illustration, probably to a Siva Rahasya series by Indian School-Jodhpur 19 on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Indian School-Jodhpur

Maharaja Ajit Singh of Marwar (r. 1679-1724) and Courtiers. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper, Rajasthan, Marwar, 1722

From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Maharaja Ajit Singh of Marwar (r. and Courtiers

Maharaja Takhat Singh and consort on terrace Jodhpur, circa 1850

Maharaja Man Singh and consort on a terrace Jodhpur, circa 1830