Humayun's garden party: princes of the House of Timur and early Mughal painting
This volume shed new light on the British Museum's important early Mughual painting "Princes of the House of Timur." Leading scholars contributed to numerous new findings, including identification of the artists responsible for repainting sections of the original work, and scientific analyses that enhance the dating and conservation process.
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