www.IndianMiniaturePaintings.co.uk - The Holy Family in tantric form: Shiva Panchmukha sits on a tiger skin, his consort Parvati covering all of his eyes with her hands to protect all from his incinerating gaze, his son Ganesha sits on his lap, in the foreground lie Shiva's vahana Nandi and Parvati's lion. Bengal, circa 1820. Opaque watercolour with gold on wasli. 25.7 x 15.7cm

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The Holy Family in tantric form: Shiva Panchmukha (five-headed) sits on a tiger skin, his consort Parvati covering all of his eyes with her hands to protect all from his incinerating gaze, his son Ganesha sits on his lap, in the foreground lie Shiva's vahana (mount) Nandi and Parvati's lion. Bengal, circa 1820. Opaque watercolour with gold on wasli. 25.7 x 15.7cm

Provenance: acquired in 1979 by James E Bogle, Philadelphia

Exhibited: Lycoming College Gallery, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, 1981.

 

Ref. code 000328

Often I will receive requests from website visitors, customers and friends to show paintings from my private collection. I hadn't uploaded any onto this website for many years, until June 1st 2013. I prefer to think of this painting as a part of my own collection instead of as an item of stock. It is not priced but since I can't hold on to every painting that I'd like to, it is open to offers.
To make an offer and request a condition report use this link for email indianminiaturepaintings@gmail.com quoting ref. code 000328.

Otherwise give me a call (09:00 - 17:30 British time) on +44 [0]7887390870.
Although there will not be guides to what kind of offer I might accept, I will post onto this webpage any offers I do receive. This will be the amount only with no personal details (as these are private and confidential). Amounts offered may be also kept private if instructed.

£1500 offer declined June 1st 2013

Higher offer (private and confidential) made 24th June 2013, currently under consideration

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