Five Indian drawings
including depictions of: Layla and Majnun, a group of Bhils, Krishna subduing the sea-serpent, portrait of a lady (slight spotting and rubbing) and portrait of Raja Surajmul of Shahpura on his horse Hurraj, 18th century and later - largest 8¾ x 6½in. (22.4 x 16.5cm.), and a Persian drawing, heightened with gold, showing a servant pouring water for a sage in a wood, probably 19th century - 8 x 5½in. (20.3 x 14cm.)
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