A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12)
Lot 209
A series of twelve watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, and other Punjabi and North Indian figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12)
Sold for £32,450 (US$ 54,510) inc. premium
Auction Details
A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12) A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12) A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12) A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12) A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12) A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12) A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12) A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12) A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12) A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12) A series of 12 watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, as well as Punjab figures Punjab, mid-19th Century(12)
Lot Details
A series of twelve watercolours depicting Sikh rulers and other notables, and other Punjabi and North Indian figures
Punjab, mid-19th Century
watercolours on paper, the figures depicted in twos, seated on European-style chairs, or in some cases standing, on a carpeted terrace, black inner margin, pale pink outer borders, English identifying inscriptions in lower border, framed
each 284 x 230 mm.(12)

Footnotes

  • The subjects are as follows:

    Maharajah Duleep Singh with his mother, Rani Jindan.
    Lall Singh and Moolraj of Multan.
    Dost Muhammad of Kabul and his son, Akbar Khan.
    Ghulab Singh and Ranbir Singh.
    Maharajah Ranjit Singh and Dhian Singh [Dehan].
    Nau Nihal Singh and Raja Kharak Singh.
    Suchet Singh and Hira Singh [Heera].
    Tej Singh and Rajah Dina Nath.
    Rajah Chattur Singh and his son Sher Singh.
    Rajah Sham Singh Atariwala and Sher Singh.
    Punjab Woman and Hindu Woman.
    Cashmere Woman and Kabul Woman.
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