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A leaf from the dispersed 'Palam' Bhagavata Purana: the birth of Rukmani's son accompanied by celebrations, India, Delhi-Agra area, circa 1520-40
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A leaf from the dispersed 'Palam' Bhagavata Purana: the birth of Rukmani's son accompanied by celebrations, India, Delhi-Agra area, circa 1520-40
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A leaf from the dispersed 'Palam' Bhagavata Purana: the birth of Rukmani's son accompanied by celebrations, India, Delhi-Agra area, circa 1520-40
gouache on paper, the reverse with 17 lines of text
17.5 by 23cm. approx.
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Daniel Ehnbom has defined at least ten anonymous painters contributing to this series of Bhagavata Purana paintings. These are referred to by Ehnbom as Painters A-J.

For more on this series, see Sotheby's New York, March 17, 2015, Lot 1110-1112; Edwin Binney 3rd, Rajput Miniatures from the Collection of Edwin Binney 3rd, Portland, 1968, p.4-5, cat.1c; Daniel Ehnbom, Masters of the Dispersed Bhagavata Purana, fig.4, p.77-88 (in M.C. Beach, E. Fischer and B.N. Goswamy, Masters of Indian Painting 1100-1650, Artibus Asiae Sup.48/I, 2011); Daniel Ehnbom, An Analysis and Reconstruction of the Dispersed Bhagavata Purana from the Caurapancasika Group, The University of Chicago, 1984, p.235; and Darielle Mason (ed.) (essay by John Seyller), Intimate Worlds: Indian Painting from the Alvin O. Bellak Collection, Philadelphia, 2001, pp.48-49.

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