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Lot 207: A WOMAN HOLDS THE FEET OF A MAN SLEEPING IN A PAVILION, A FRAGMENT FROM THE HAMZANAMA, INDIA, MUGHAL, CIRCA 1560-75 |
19 October 2016
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: gouache heightened with gold on paper, laid down on two separate album pages with different coloured borders, joined at the centre
In fair overall condition, two fragments of the same painting rejoined at the centre and taped on the reverse, some overpainting (consistent with this series of painting), as viewed.
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Provenance: Sotheby's London, 15 July 1975, lots 88 and 89.
painting: 25 by 30.6cm. max.
leaf: 29.8 by 37cm. max.
Literature: J. Seyller, The Adventures of Hamza, Washington D.C., 2002, pp.278-9, nos.R174 and R175.