Court painting flourished in India from the 16th century through the end of British rule, known as the Golden Age of Indian painting. Through a fusion of Indian, Islamic, and Persian influences, the works of this era generally depicted the passions, the pastimes, and the pomp of palace life. The cross-pollination of the traditions of the Islamic Mughal invaders and the indigenous Rajput culture are apparent in our Indian Portraits. These prints are derived from the original paintings and are painted in the same tradition as the Golden Age of Indian painting. Dynamic yet subtle, these traditionally artistic pieces breathe life into a space.