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Front view of the Jumma Masjid at Delhi

June 30, 1852
Architectural and Building
Bahadur Shah II 1837–1857

Front view of the Jumma Masjid at Delhi



Image Reference: A series of 31 paintings by Ghulam 'Ali Khan (FL. 1817-55), consisting of views of monuments in and around Delhi, and including four portraits of the last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah II (REG. 1837-58) and his sons, in it's original leather-covered presentation box Delhi, Circa 1852-1854, 3 Paintings Dated November 1852. Description: Front view of the Jumma Masjid at Delhi, within the enclosure.; the Jami' Mosque of Shah Jahan Abad opposite the Great Gate. Provenance: Private UK collection.

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Ismail Mazari

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Very good information.


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