Farrukh Beg (ca. 1545 – ca. 1615) was a Persian born Mughal painter who served in the court of Mirza Muhammad Hakim before working directly for Mughal Emperor Akbar. He was greatly influenced by Persian style of paintings and remained conservative all along. He was greatly admired by Mughal emperor, Jahangir as well. He worked in four royal courts in his lifetime.

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  • Farrukh Beg (ca. 1545 – ca. 1615) was a Persian born Mughal painter who served in the court of Mirza Muhammad Hakim before working directly for Mughal Emperor Akbar. He was greatly influenced by Persian style of paintings and remained conservative all along. He was greatly admired by Mughal emperor, Jahangir as well. He worked in four royal courts in his lifetime. (en)
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  • Farrukh Beg (ca. 1545 – ca. 1615) was a Persian born Mughal painter who served in the court of Mirza Muhammad Hakim before working directly for Mughal Emperor Akbar. He was greatly influenced by Persian style of paintings and remained conservative all along. He was greatly admired by Mughal emperor, Jahangir as well. He worked in four royal courts in his lifetime. (en)
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