Title: Maharaja Duleep Singh
Classification: Oil painting
Date: c. 1863
Dimensions: H. 53 in. x W. 45 in.
Museum number: S.M.90 (N.M. 1961.370)
Physical location: Section 5: Rani Jindan's Haveli
Collection: Princess Bamba Collection
F. A. Khan, The Princess Bamba Collection Catalogue: Antiquities of Sikh Period (Lahore: Department of Archaeology, 1961), 8, cat. no. 7.
F. S. Ijazuddin, Sikh Portraits by European Artists (Karachi: OUP, 1979), plate VII.
An oil painting of Maharaja Duleep Singh (1838–1893) in which he is wearing a green jāma (a long gown) that is heavily embroidered around the neckline. A yellow shawl is draped over his left arm and a yellow turban adorns his head. The turban is ornamented with a bejewelled sar-pesh consisting mostly of pearls. Around his neck is a pearl choker from which hangs a pendant containing a portrait of Queen Victoria.