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An image of Priest of Jaipur instructing the priest of the Hanuman Temple by

Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Title
Priest of Jaipur instructing the priest of the Hanuman Temple
Other titles:
The head of the Nimbarka sect, Vrindavandev, instructing Balanand, head of the Ramanandi warrior-ascetics and priest of the Hanuman temple, Jaipur
Vrndavandev instructing Balanand, priest of the Hanuman Temple, Jaipur
Place of origin
JaipurRajasthanIndia
Period
Rajput circa 1500 - 1947 → India
Year
circa 1800
Media categories
Miniature, Painting, Watercolour
Materials used
opaque watercolour with gold on paper
Dimensions

20 x 14.5 cm image; 24.4 x 19.8 cm sheet

Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
Credit
Bequest of Mr J. Kitto 1986
Accession number
140.1986
Location
Not on display
Bibliography (1)

Jim Masselos, Divine and Courtly Life in Indian Painting, Sydney, 1991. cat.no. 9.7

Exhibition history (2)

Divine and Courtly Life in Indian Painting, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 04 Oct 1991–08 Jan 1992

Miniatures: works from the Contemporary Asian Collection, Queensland Art Gallery, South Brisbane, 30 May 2004–29 Aug 2004