Two courtly ladies. By Bihari, India, Bikaner, in Golconda style, circa 1700. Two elaborately bedecked ladies standing on a floral carpet, the lady at right clad in a lengha with gold waistband over a printed blue choli, glancing at her companion who turns profile to meet her gaze, the companion in a rose lengha and dupatta with green choli, each holding a betel case, within an interior painted with blue-and-white ceramics,

Two courtly ladies. By Bihari, India, Bikaner, in Golconda style, circa 1700. Two elaborately bedecked ladies standing on a floral carpet, the lady at right clad in a lengha with gold waistband over a printed blue choli, glancing at her companion who turns profile to meet her gaze, the companion in a rose lengha and dupatta with green choli, each holding a betel case, within an interior painted with blue-and-white ceramics,

Woman Applying Kohl: from an album assembled for emperor Jahangir | Harvard Art Museums | 16th century Mughal.

Woman Applying Kohl: from an album assembled for emperor Jahangir | Harvard Art Museums | 16th century Mughal.

Woman Applying Kohl: from an album assembled for emperor Jahangir | Harvard Art Museums | 16th century Mughal.

Woman Applying Kohl: from an album assembled for emperor Jahangir | Harvard Art Museums | 16th century Mughal.

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