Goa and the Great Mughal
Jorge Manuel Flores, Nuno Vassallo e Silva
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 2004 - Art - 240 pages
This book, which accompanies the exhibition held in Lisbon 2004, explores different aspects of the relationship established between Portuguese India and the Mughal empire in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The ten essays written for this book by an international team of experts highlight different facets of this relationship and are illustrated by a wealth of spectacular Mughal miniatures, European paintings and other contemporary objects, both those shown at the exhibition and additional works. The book also contains a complete list of items shown at the exhibition together with basic information and bibliography for each piece.
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