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Three Mughal gentlemen: Muzafar Khan, Qamaradin Khan Vazir, and Khanduran Khan

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June 30, 1735
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Muhammad Shah 1720–1748

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Three Mughal gentlemen: Muzafar Khan, Qamaradin Khan Vazir, and Khanduran Khan Indian Mughal period 18th century, about 1735 Object Place: Northern India MEDIUM/TECHNIQUE Ink and light color on paper DIMENSIONS 14.3 x 9.1 cm (5 5/8 x 3 9/16 in.) CREDIT LINE Denman Waldo Ross Collection ACCESSION NUMBER 15.93 COLLECTIONS Asia, Prints and Drawings CLASSIFICATIONS Drawings / Watercolors INSCRIPTIONS Persian inscriptions identify each figure: Muzafar Khan (on right), Qamaradin Khan Vazir, and Khanduran Khan. PROVENANCE Given to the MFA by Denman Waldo Ross in 1915.

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Ismail Mazari

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