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Shah Abbas of Safavid Persia and the Mughal emperor Jahangir, by Abul Hasan

Shah Abbas of Safavid Persia and the Mughal emperor Jahangir, by Abul Hasan

Emperor Humāyūn (نصیر الدین محمد همایون); seated in a landscape (detail), Mughal, c. 1650.

Emperor Humāyūn (نصیر الدین محمد همایون); seated in a landscape (detail), Mughal, c. 1650.

Audience granted by Emperor Shah Jahan to Lahore to his son, Prince Aurangzeb

Audience granted by Emperor Shah Jahan to Lahore to his son, Prince Aurangzeb

Hamida Banu Begum, wife of Mughal Emperor Humayun. Anglo-Indian school at Lucknow, circa late 19th century

Hamida Banu Begum, wife of Mughal Emperor Humayun. Anglo-Indian school at Lucknow, circa late 19th century

A PORTRAIT OF EMPEROR AKBAR, NORTH INDIA, 19TH CENTURY Gouache with gold on paper, illuminated cartouche above with inscription shabihi mubarak Jalal al-Din Muhammad Akbar Shah khalad Allah mulkahu and spurious date of 1106 AH / 1694 AD, borders of scrolling foliate tendrils in gold and blue, reverse with a page of nasta`liq calligraphy signed by Ijaz Ruqmhan, borders with bold foliate motifs in blue and gold

A PORTRAIT OF EMPEROR AKBAR, NORTH INDIA, 19TH CENTURY Gouache with gold on paper, illuminated cartouche above with inscription shabihi mubarak Jalal al-Din Muhammad Akbar Shah khalad Allah mulkahu and spurious date of 1106 AH / 1694 AD, borders of scrolling foliate tendrils in gold and blue, reverse with a page of nasta`liq calligraphy signed by Ijaz Ruqmhan, borders with bold foliate motifs in blue and gold

ca. 1616 his portrait of prince Khurram, the eldest son of the Mughal emperor Jahangir (r. 1605-1627) was almost certainly painted when Jahangir bestowed upon him the title Shah Jahan, meaning 'King of the World'. Shah Jahan retained the title when he succeeded his father as emperor in 1628.  In later years, Shah Jahan added the Persian inscription in black ink in the border, noting that it is 'a good likeness of me in my twenty-fifth year and it is the fine work of Abu'l Hasan'. V&A

Shah Jahan (Painting )

ca. 1616 his portrait of prince Khurram, the eldest son of the Mughal emperor Jahangir (r. 1605-1627) was almost certainly painted when Jahangir bestowed upon him the title Shah Jahan, meaning 'King of the World'. Shah Jahan retained the title when he succeeded his father as emperor in 1628. In later years, Shah Jahan added the Persian inscription in black ink in the border, noting that it is 'a good likeness of me in my twenty-fifth year and it is the fine work of Abu'l Hasan'. V&A

File:Mughal Emperor Shahjahan - Google Art Project.jpg

File:Mughal Emperor Shahjahan - Google Art Project.jpg

Portrait of the emperor Jahangir: Balchand

Portrait of the emperor Jahangir: Balchand

Shah Jahan with his sons Dara Shikoh, Shah Shuja, Aurangzeb and father-in-law Asaf Khan

Shah Jahan with his sons Dara Shikoh, Shah Shuja, Aurangzeb and father-in-law Asaf Khan

The aged Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, reading a book, being carried on a palanquin

The aged Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, reading a book, being carried on a palanquin

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