Nainsukh amit dutta, 2010

Nainsukh (born 1710, died 1768) was the greatest eighteenth century Indian miniaturist, the son of the respected Pandit Seu and brother of the steadfast Manaku He deviated from his family workshop style by following his interest for Mughal naturalism At the age of thirty, Nainsukh was invited by Raja Zorawar Singh to his castle in Jasrota Nainsukh served him until Singh’s untimely death, but was retained as court artist by his young son Raja Balwant Singh These two dandy like, non ruling Rajput princes were connoisseurs who enjoyed spending their limited fortunes on entertaining colourful guests and they shared a refined taste in music, dance and theatrical performances Nainsukh participated in their artistic amusements…
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