Gouache painting on paper from a portfolio of sixty-three paintings of deities and daily life. The divine musician Tumburu. He is horse-headed, with a green complexion and is shown crowned, with two arms. He holds a type of vina over his left shoulder. Tumburu, shown wearing lavish textiles, is associated with Narada, another other divine musician, who is typically shown dressed in the attire of an ascetic.

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Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
painting
School
Company School
Subject
hinduism, deity
Techniques
painted

People

Acquired From
Moodie, Edward to The British Museum
Depicted
Tumburu

Place

Painted In
Andhra Pradesh, ?, ["Tamil Nadu", "?"]

Time

Acquired In
2007
Made
1820, circa

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