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Raja Ravi Varma
(1848 - 1906)

a) Dattatraya
Dattatraya stands pensively on a riverbank in a forest. He is surrounded by four dogs which symbolise the Vedas, and a bull representing Shiva's vahana. Dattatreya is considered to be an incarnation of the Trimurti - Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. His three heads each represent one of the Gods, distinguishable by the tilakas that mark their heads. He has six hands, in which he carries two symbolic items...

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  Lot 61 of 85  

27-28 MAY 2020


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Rs 1,28,832

(Inclusive of Buyer's Premium)


Raja Ravi Varma

a) Dattatraya
Chromolithograph by Ravi Varma
21.45 x 15.5 in (54.5 x 39.5 cm)

b) Shakuntala Sakhi (Mahabharata Series)
Chromolithograph by Ravi Varma
20.8 x 14.96 in (53 x 38 cm)

(Set of two)

These works will be shipped unframed

These works were published at the Ravi Varma Press, Malavli, Lonavla

Category: Painting
Style: Unknown


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