Asok Das is the former Director of City Palace Mseum, Jaipur, India. He is currently Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, writing a book on Ustad Mansur and Mughal views of nature.
Mughal Painting During Jahangir's Time (1978)
Dawn of Mughal Painting (1982)
Splendour of Mughal Painting (1986)
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‘Notes on an Aurangzeb period Album of Bird and Animal Paintings’ in: B. N. Goswamy, ed., Indian Painting. Essays in honour of Karl J Khandalavala (1995)
‘Activities of the Jaipur Suratkhana 1750 – 1768’ in: J. Guy, ed., Indian Artand Connoisseurship: Essays in honour of Douglas Barrett (1995)
’Devidasa at the Court of Basholi’ in: V. C. Ohri and R. C. Craven Jr., eds., Painters of the Pahari School (1998)
‘The Elephant in Mughal Painting’ in: S. P. Verma, ed., Flora and Fauna inMughal Art (1999)
‘Court Painting for the Amber Rulers circa 1590–1727’ in: A, Topsfield, ed., CourtPainting in Rajasthan (2000)
‘Notes on Four Illustrations of the Birla Razmnama and Their Counterparts in Other Razmnama Manuscripts’ in: R. Crill, S. Stronge and A. Topsfield, eds., Arts of Mughal India: Essays in Honour of Robert Skelton I (2004)
‘Prince Salim and Christian Art’ in: J. Flores and N. V. e Silva, eds.. Goa and the Great Mughal (2004)
’Jalal al-Din Muhammad Akbar: Was he Dyslexic?’, Housecalls (2008)
‘Books and Pictures from the Zenana Mahal: The Collection of Manuscripts of Hamida Banu Begam’ in: U. Bhatia, A. N. Khanna and V. Sharma, eds.
The Diverse World of Indian Painting – Vichitra Visva: Essays in Honour of Vishwa Chander Ohri (2009)
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