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Large rectangular painting depicting the Court of Lord Śiva with, centrally and facing the viewer, Śiva with Parvati on his lap. To his left is Brahma and Sarasvati, and to his right, Visnu with Laksmi (the latter two deities are smaller in scale than Śiva and Parvati). All three male gods wear typical Andhra-style crowns. They are all set within a Rajput architecture-scape, while in front of them are celestial dancers and musicians. Amongst the crowd watching the performance can be seen, Ganesa, Nandi and Garuda. The central narrative is set within red-painted borders.
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Height: 54 centimetres (excluding red borders)
Width: 43.50 centimetres (excluding red borders)
- Not on display
- Some creasing and flaking throughout; loss around the Nandi image.
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- Acquisition notes
- Bought at Christie's South Kensington, Ocober 18th 2002, Lot 296
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