Islamic, Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian Art at 25 Blythe Road
Approximately 320 lots of islamic, Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian art will be included in Arthur Millner’s next auction from 7 – 10 April 2014 at 25 Blythe Road. The online sale will include ritual objects and paintings from the Buddhist Himalayas, and a large group of drawings and paintings from India, as well as sculptures, paintings, textiles, ceramics and metalwork.
Viewing starts on Sunday 6 April at the 25 Blythe Road Gallery.
Lot 288 A cotton temple hanging fragment, South India, Early 19th Century (detail), see full image below
Lot 111, A Pediment Sculpture, Burma, mid-19th century
Lot 183, A Prince Visits The Zenana, Jaipur, India, Early 19th Century
Lot 310, A Coptic textile border fragment, Egypt, 6th-10th Century
Lot 236, Portrait of Shah Jahan, (R.1628-58), Mughal, Late 17th Century
Lot 228, Krishna puts on his turban, Mewar, Rajasthan, India, 18th Century
Lot 274, A painted wood model of a river boat, (Laung), Burma, Late 19th Century
Lot 288, A cotton temple hanging fragment, South India, Early 19th Century
Lot 296, A suzani fragment, Uzbekistan, late 19th century