Painting, Hanuman carrying Rama and Laksmana, opaque watercolour on paper, Punjab Plain, late 19th century
Painting, in opaque watercolour on paper, depicting Hanuman carrying Rama and Lakshman.
Part of an album, containing 196 prints, paintings and pen and pencil drawings together with 37 loose pages of paintings, calligraphic drawings, and outline pen drawings. The album was collected by late J. Lockwood Kipling. He later became director of the Lahore School of Art. The album was presented to the Museum by his son Rudyard Kipling in 1917.
Location: In Storage