Mughal and other Indian paintings from the Chester Beatty Library, Volume 1
This important work presents in detail the Indian painting of one of the greatest collections of the world, that of the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin. It reflects the superb quality of Mughal painting which is notable for its pure, vibrant, and intense colors.
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