Ernst K?hnel (1882-1964), an eminent scholar of Islamic art, studied law, philosophy, art history and archaeology, and wrote extensively on the subject. His notable publications are Indische Miniaturen aus den Besitz der Staatichen Museen zu Berlin (Berlin, 1946) and Mogul Malerei (Berlin, n.d. ). Hermann Goetz (1898-1976), a renowned scholar of Indian art, led the museum movement in India. In 1940, he joined the Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery as Director and founded the Bulletin of Baroda Museum. Later in 1943, he joined the University of Baroda as Honorary Professor, and on his retirement in 1953, the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi as Director. From 1961 until his death in 1976, he taught at the new South Asia Institute of Heidelberg University. His notable publications are Geschichte der Indischen Miniaturmalerei (Berlin, 1934); Bilderatlas zur Kulturgeschichte Indiens in der Grossmoghul-Zeit (Berlin, n.d.); The Indian and Persian Miniature Paintings in the Rijksprenten-kabinet (Rijiksmuseum), Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 1958, and Five Thousand Years of Indian Art (London, 1959). S.P. Verma (b.1942) taught at the Department of History, Aligarh Muslim University. His major works are: Mughal Painters and Their Work: A Biographical Survey and Comprehensive Catalogue (Delhi, 1994); Flora and Fauna in Mughal Art (ed.) (Mumbai, 1999); Mughal Painter of Flora and Fauna, Ustad Mansur (Delhi, 1999); Crossing Cultural Frontiers, Biblical Themes in Mughal Painting (Delhi, 2011); Taj Mahal, Monumental Legacy (Delhi, 2012), and Ordinary Life in Mughal Painting, the Evidence from Painting (Delhi, 2012).