One of the pages from the diptych Watanabe no Tsuna Meets the Ibaraki Demon at Modoribashi Bridge (Ibaraki no oni; Modoribashi Tsuna henge ni au)dated 1810 by #kunsada #ukiyoe #art #artist #print #japan #japaneseart #japaneseculture #tattooreference #visitmuseums #mfa by caliseowin http://ift.tt/1nff9cZ
Anavasara paintings in pata chitra style of Odisha of Jagannatha, Baladeva and Subhadra, used to replace the deities in the temple during the period in which they become ill before the Ratha Yatra
Jaganntha = Vishnu
Baladeva = Sankarshana
Subhadra = Bubhaneswari
Painted by great odissi dancer Rahul Acharya.
Ravi Varma (1848-1906) Oleographs.
probably the first Indian artist to master perspective and the use of the oil medium; the first to use human models to illustrate Hindu gods and goddesses; the first Indian artist to become famous, before him painters and craftsmen were largely unidentified; and the first to make his work available not just to the rich elite but also to common people by way of his oleographs.