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Bishandas : “Nur Jahan, Holding a Portrait of Emperor Jahangir” (c. 1627)

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The empress Nur Jahan, Jahangir’s favorite wife, exercised influence in affairs of state. By all accounts, including those of Jahangir himself and European visitors to the Mughal court, she was a remarkable and brilliantly capable woman. This painting may have been made shortly after the death of Jahangir. He appears aged in his portrait, and it echoes a similar composition from another painting in which Jahangir holds a painted portrait of his deceased father, Akbar.

Credit Line: Text courtesy of The Cleveland Museum of Art.

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