London, South Kensington
17 October 2003
Equestrian portrait of Nau Nihal Singh (1821-40); Grandson of Ranjit Singh and son of Raja Kharak Singh, Lahore or Amritsa, circa 1870
Gouache heightened with gold and silver on paper, the prince shown out hawking accompanied by foot soliders and mounted entoraged -- 15 x 21cm.
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Similar paintings in the Victoria and Albert Museum collected by Lockwood Kipling in Lahore.
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