Reverse Glass Painting of Lord Shiva
This reverse glass painting is from Kathiyawaar, circa mid 19th century. Reverse glass painting is a European art form that reached India in the 19th century via trade routes. In India, a common and popular subject of these paintings are Goddesses, Gods, and other deities.
This painting is a depiction of Lord Shiva along with Vasuki Naga, the king of serpents usually seen around Shiva's neck.
Dimensions : 22.5" x 16.5"
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