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India, Mewar

A Raja Aims an Arrow at a Leaping Tiger, Early-mid 19th century

Opaque watercolor heightened with gold on paper
8 1/4 × 12 7/8 in
21 × 32.7 cm
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Kapoor Galleries / Graham Shay 1857
New york
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A nobleman dressed for the hunt in a green jama and matching pagri (cap) aims an arrow at an …

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A nobleman dressed for the hunt in a green jama and matching pagri (cap) aims an arrow at an enormous tiger bounding out from behind a hillock. His trusting retainer kneels behind - his hand already pulling his sword from its scabbard - just in case. The hunting ground set among the spare yellow hillsides of Marwar …

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A nobleman dressed for the hunt in a green jama and matching pagri (cap) aims an arrow at an …

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A nobleman dressed for the hunt in a green jama and matching pagri (cap) aims an arrow at an enormous tiger bounding out from behind a hillock. His trusting retainer kneels behind - his hand already pulling his sword from its scabbard - just in case. The hunting ground set among the spare yellow hillsides of Marwar …

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India, Mewar
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India, Mewar

A Raja Aims an Arrow at a Leaping Tiger, Early-mid 19th century

Opaque watercolor heightened with gold on paper
8 1/4 × 12 7/8 in
21 × 32.7 cm
This is a unique work.
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