Empire of the Sikhs Print Set

Empire of the Sikhs Print Set


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All images are published in In Pursuit of Empire: Treasures from the Toor Collection of Sikh Art by Davinder Toor with an introduction by William Dalrymple

A3 (297 x 420 mm)
170 gsm illustration printing paper (specially chosen for its excellent anti-aging and anti-yellowing properties)
This print is a faithful reproduction of the original
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About the Prints

1: The Court of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, 1864. Gouache heightened with gold and silver by Bishan Singh, Amritsar or Lahore, Punjab. © Toor Collection

2: General Hari Singh Nalwa on an elephant with his retinue, 1825–35. Gouache heightened with gold attributed to the family workshop of Abdullah, Punjab Plains. © Toor Collection

3: Entrance of the Golden Temple of Amritsar, October 1859. Albumen silver print by Felice Beato, Amritsar. © Toor Collection

4: A Nihang with a conspicuous tall turban, 1865. Albumen print by William Willoughby Hooper and George Western, Hyderabad. © Toor Collection

5: A Sikh woman, 1870s. Albumen print, Punjab. © Toor Collection