Company style is a term for a style of paintings made in India by Indian artists working mainly for patrons in the British East India Company in the 18th and 19th centuries. The style blended native elements from Mughal painting with a more Western treatment of perspective, volume and recession. Most paintings were small, reflecting the Indian miniature tradition
This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.
- ► 20 Miniatures Depicting Village Life (12 F)
- ► Impey Album (7 F)
Media in category "Company style"
The following 94 files are in this category, out of 94 total.
- A flamingo (6124598661).jpg 2.97 MB
- A Mughal Infantryman.jpg 1.45 MB
- Ghurkas of 1815.jpg 135 KB
- Green-Winged-Macaw.jpg 56 KB
- Gurkha soldier 1815.jpg 33 KB
- Hyena (6124598179).jpg 280 KB
- Javanbakht.jpg 69 KB
- Kalanemi.jpg 145 KB
- Khandoba British Museum.jpg 103 KB
- Portrait of Begam Samru.jpg 804 KB
- Raja Sarabhoji of Tanjore.jpg 1.05 MB
- Rui fish (6124605837).jpg 251 KB
- Sati ceremony.jpg 664 KB
- Woodseller.jpg 58 KB