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Treasures of the Courts / Jahangir, Mughal Empire (r. 160527)

Covering 500 years, 38 patrons and several continents, this course is an examination of audacious acts of patronage and how they resulted in some of the finest art collections in the world.

Jahangir, Mughal Empire (r. 1605–27)

After the establishment of the Dutch East India company, European visitors to the Mughal court brought art with them as gifts. As well as commissioning literary works, Jahangir ordered stunning albums of paintings and calligraphy samples, bound in lacquered leather. His penchant for realism in portraiture and for European subject matter changed the character of art.


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Date and Time:

11 November 2014 at 10:45 am


Half Day



The University Women's Club
2 Audley Square

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