Painting by the Mughal artist Ustad Mansur from c 1625, which may be one of the most accurate depiction of a live dodo. Two live specimens were brought to India in the 1600s according to Peter Mundy, and the specimen depicted might have been one of these. Other birds depicted are Loriculus galgulus (upper left) Tragopan melanocephalus (upper right), Anser indicus (lower left) Pterocles indicus(lower right).” Hermitage, St. Petersburg.
The non-Dodo birds all have wonderfully picturesque common names (in same order as above): blue-crowned hanging parrots, western tragopans, bar-headed goose, painted sandgrouses. OK, may be not the tragopans.