Muhammad Shah

Muhammad Shah

A Prince with Ladies on a Terrace. Opaque watercolor on paper, heightened with gold, North India, Mughal, ca. 1735, Miniature painting in the 18th century Mughal court experienced renewed patronage under Muhammad Shah, even though the political climate lacked stability. Paintings of this period often reflect melancholic or romantic themesfrom contemporary poetry. Here, a simple composition is rendered with beautiful surface detail in the architecture and figures. ...

A Prince with Ladies on a Terrace. Opaque watercolor on paper, heightened with gold, North India, Mughal, ca. 1735, Miniature painting in the 18th century Mughal court experienced renewed patronage under Muhammad Shah, even though the political climate lacked stability. Paintings of this period often reflect melancholic or romantic themesfrom contemporary poetry. Here, a simple composition is rendered with beautiful surface detail in the architecture and figures. ...

Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan (February 15, 1906 – July 1, 2000), born Yvette Blanche Labrousse in the town of Sète, France, was the fourth and last wife of Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah, Aga Khan III:

Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan (February 15, 1906 – July 1, 2000), born Yvette Blanche Labrousse in the town of Sète, France, was the fourth and last wife of Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah, Aga Khan III:

1719-1748 Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah ,Silver Rupee in gVF.

1719-1748 Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah ,Silver Rupee in gVF.

Muhammad Shah plays Holi with his ladies

Muhammad Shah plays Holi with his ladies

Muhammad Shah hunting

Muhammad Shah hunting

Royal Round Tent Made for Muhammad Shah (ruled 1834–48). Iran, Rasht, Qajar period (1779–1925). Interior: Plain weave: inlaid work, wool; embroidery: chain stitch, silk; tape, leather, rope. Exterior: Plain weave: cotton; iron ring, rope; h: 360 cm, diam: 400 cm. Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 2014.388.

Royal Round Tent Made for Muhammad Shah (ruled 1834–48). Iran, Rasht, Qajar period (1779–1925). Interior: Plain weave: inlaid work, wool; embroidery: chain stitch, silk; tape, leather, rope. Exterior: Plain weave: cotton; iron ring, rope; h: 360 cm, diam: 400 cm. Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 2014.388.

The zenana of Muhammad Shah on a visit to the country

The zenana of Muhammad Shah on a visit to the country

Muhammad Shah's Royal Persian Tent | Cleveland Museum of Art

Muhammad Shah's Royal Persian Tent | Cleveland Museum of Art

Nadir Shah's army defeating Muhammad Shah's army in 1739, at the Battle of Karnal

Nadir Shah's army defeating Muhammad Shah's army in 1739, at the Battle of Karnal

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