From "Modern History: or, the Present State of all Nations," by Thomas Salmon, London, 1739
Source: ebay, May 2007
Shah Jahan embraces his son Aurangzeb, as imagined a century later, c.1750
(downloaded Apr. 2005)
"SHAH JAHAN EMBRACING HIS SON AURANGZEB, MUGHAL INDIA, CIRCA 1750. Gouache heightened with gold on paper, Shah Jahan, embraces his son Aurangzeb, who bows before him, the sky populated by tiny cherubs, mounted on an album page, slight wear with some splitting confined to top edge, framed and glazed. Miniature 8¼ x 5½in. (21 x 14cm.)."
Shah Jahan, according to *PREVOST*, in the 1750's
Source: ebay, Aug. 2004
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