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A portrait of Prince Zalim Singh, ascribed to Fazl, North India, Rajasthan, circa 1770
gouache heightened with gold on paper, the reverse with inscriptions in black, framed
24 by 19.5cm.
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來源

Christie's London, 15 October 1996, lot 21.

相關資料

The inscription says that the picture was a gift to a Raja and names the Artist as Fazl and the date as 1770 VS. Zalam Singh was the son of Bijay Singh. Upon the death of his father in 1793, the throne was taken over by Bijay's grandson Bhim Singh and Zalam was forced to retire in Udaipur where he spent the rest of his life devoting himself to literature (Crill 1999, p.109).

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