Babur's Battle with the Hazars
- Subject: Mughal Miniature Painting
- Paint Material: Opaque watercolors
- Base Material: Paper (unframed)
- Size: 19 in. wide X 25 in. tall (48 cms X 63.5 cms)
- Age: Modern Handmade Art
- Country of origin: India
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Presenting a superb large size hand-made Mughal miniature painting from the Baburnama (Book of Babur).
In Babur's reign battles were common as he sought his destiny after being made homeless from his own lands in central Asia. This is apparent from this illustration which depicts the first Mughal emperor Babur (1483–1530) engaged in a battle with the Hazars (Afghani tribesmen). The painting reflects on the emperor's immense vitality, displaying energy and sense of action.
The modern artist has captured the art in the traditional Mughal style which comprised of organic compositions against a subdued palette with bright accents.
This historical Mughal miniature painting comes directly from the Indian state of Rajasthan – (historically noted as the epicenter of Mughal art). It was born from a single set of masterful artisan hands, using vibrant opaque watercolors on paper.
Mughal artwork continue to captivate the viewer for their outstanding beauty and unique features—from the incredibly intricate designs to the rich variety of inks and colors. You’ll be amazed by the level of intricacy even in an art of this size. And whether it’s for your wall or private collection, it’s sure to intrigue you and your guest viewers.
You can own this rare and sleek historical Mughal style handmade rendering of the Baburnama art right now and view it whenever you wish. Only one piece available. Buy it before it is gone.