The Tuti-Nama manuscript is the best representation of the formative stages of the Mughal style, which originated at the Emperor Akbar's court, where Persian and Indian painters gathered and their different traditions merged. Professor Pramod Chandra has published on the Tuti-Nama Manuscript, which follows in the same literary tradition as Scheherazade. All but 13 of the 218 miniatures of the manuscript are owned by the Cleveland Museum with whom Professor Chandra has worked extensively. Curator and Catalogue: Professor Pramod Chandra and Daniel J. Ehnbom of the University of Chicago in conjunction with the Smart Museum and the Cleveland Museum of Art. Katharine L. Keefe, Curator of Collections of the Smart Museum of Art, oversaw the exhibition.
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Book Description Cleveland Museum of Art, 1976. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P119994438093