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Maidservant in Conversation with Her Mistress, from a series of illustrations for the Rasikapriya
Maidservant in Conversation with Her Mistress, from a series of illustrations for the Rasikapriya
Artist:
Date:
1634
Location:
Not on display
Century:
Media:
Opaque Watercolor And Gold On Paper
Dimensions:
Sheet: 211 x 166 mm (8 5/16 x 6 9/16 in.)
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Country:
Continent:
Asia
Provenance:

Doris Wiener Gallery,New York (sold 18 July 1981); Dr. and Mrs. William K. Ehrenfeld;
Doris Wiener Gallery notes that many leaves of this set are in the National Museum, Delhi, as well as the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and she refers also to W.G. Archer: Rajput Miniaturees from theCollection of Edwin Binney, Portland Maine, 1968, cat. no. 40. See also a similar image sold at Sotheby’s New York , 19 May 1982, cat. no. 11, repr. (sold for $770.00). [see copies in file].

Accession Number:
1982.2.77
Acquisition Date:
1982-01-01
Credit Line:

Gift of Dr. and Mrs. William K. Ehrenfeld

Exhibition History:

University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley: Indian Paintings from Bay Area Collections, l984;
AFGA, CPLH: Recent Acquisitions of the Achenbach Foundations for Graphic Arts: Part One, 12 Jan - 17 March, 1985.

woman seated cross legged on a cushion, woman at left standing and talking to her, pavilion with couch to right, monkey on the roof, text above andbelow

Contemporaneous Works “Art from the same century and country”