1) Five bearers strain under the weight of a dead lioness.

By unknown artist of Emperor Akbar's studio, circa 1600. 2) Lion bites foreleg of elephant from which a royal prince leans and spears the beast'sflank. Attributed to Sur Das, circa 1605.

Provenance

Capt E.G. Spencer-Churchill.


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