A Princess Visiting a Forest Shrine at Night

circa 1760

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Los Angeles County Museum of Art


  • Title: A Princess Visiting a Forest Shrine at Night
  • Creator: Attributed to Mir Kalan Khan
  • Date Created: circa 1760
  • Location: India, Uttar Pradesh, Awadh, Lucknow
  • Physical Dimensions: Image: 10 1/2 x 6 11/16 in. (26.67 x 16.99 cm); Sheet: 18 11/16 x 12 5/16 in. (47.47 x 31.27 cm)
  • Medium: Opaque watercolor and gold on paper
  • Object Classification: Drawings
  • Full Title: A Princess Visiting a Forest Shrine at Night
  • Curatorial Area: South and Southeast Asian Art
  • Credit Line: Purchased in memory of Emeritus Professor Roy C. Craven, Jr. with funds provided by the Southern Asian Art Council, Stephen Markel, Lorna Andreae Craven, Pierre Andreae, Jay and Kathleen Craven, Ruth and Bill Beesch, Mark Zebrowski and John Robert Alderman, R. and Dharini Charudattan, Austin B. Creel, Herbert H. Luke, Stephen Barry, Myra L. Engelhardt and Lawrence E. Malvern, Toby Falk, Claire and Earl Hale, Janice Leoshko, John and Thanomchit Listopad, Carlotta and Peter NeSmith, John F. Scott,Walter and Nesta Spink, Charles Gleaves, B.N. Goswamy, John L. Ward, Marjorie and Paul Burdick, Kenneth and Sarah Kerslake, Diane Maxwell, Arthur Funk, Barbara A. Purdy, Hiram and Avonell Williams, Mary Jeanette Householder, Irmgard Johnson, an anonymous donor, and the South and Southeast Asian Acquisition Fund
  • Chronology: 1751-1800, 1701-1750
  • Artwork Accession Number: AC1997.30.1

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