"The two great gods, Vishnu and Shiva, travelling with wives and child, encounter one another along the way. In a friendly gesture, the goddess of prosperity Lakshmi gives some alms to the beggar Shiva. Signaling still greater union among the gods, the head of Vishnu's elephant and the bull's head of Shiva's mount merge in a visual double entendre. To complete the roadside pantheon, Brahma and other gods observe from the clouds above."
- Gods in Print: A Century of Sacred Art (1870-1970) by Richard H. Davis
100% cotton canvas
canvas fabric weight: 400 grams per square meter
mounting brackets included
canvas stretched over hand-glued internal hardwood frame
latex-based inks are UV/fade-resistant and environmentally friendly
closed back; ready to hang
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