Painting of Ardhanarisvara: Śiva is shown on the right with his consort on the left; the side always reserved for women. The river Ganges flows from the dreadlocks of Śiva, while Parvati is crowned; he carries the trident and drum, while she carries a rosary. Gouache on paper. Inscribed.

An00014097 001 l

Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
painting
School
Rajasthan School
Subject
deity
Techniques
painted

People

Depicted
Śiva
Previous Owner
Ardhanarisvara, Durgā

Place

Found In
India
Made In
Rajasthan, probably

Time

Made
1790-1810

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