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Lady on a throne in a palace

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  • Miniature. Lady on a throne in a palace. Unknown miniaturist, Mogul School. Probably from a manuscript. Watercolour, bodycolour including white, pen and ink with gold on paper, laid down, height 184 mm, width 62 mm, early 17th Century. Production Note: Formerly 'Deccani School'. Acquisition Credit: Bequeathed by P.C. Manuk and Miss G.M. Coles, through the National Art Collections Fund.
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