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Untitled (Draupadi's Vastraharan) and more art by anonymous

Untitled (Draupadi's Vastraharan)
24 x 34.2 inch (h x w)
Oil on canvas

Many of the early oil paintings were meant to be a visual extension of a religious strota or mantra that would aide the viewer to meditate—the painting of the deity was an illustration that accompanied the text, often inscribed at the bottom of the painting. A secondary category of paintings was made up of narrative story-telling, where the painter (or the studio) would depict a popular mythological tale—such as Draupadi’s Vastraharan seen in this artwork, taken from the Mahabharata epic.

From the collection of Ghare Baire, DAG
Copyright DAG Pvt Ltd.



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