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Shrinath+Pichwai+Paintings

Shrinath+Pichwai+Paintings

Tempelbild zum Sharad Purnima Fest der Vallabhacharyas (Pushti Marg). Deckfarben auf Baumwollgewebe, Rajasthan, 19. Jahrhundert

Tempelbild zum Sharad Purnima Fest der Vallabhacharyas (Pushti Marg). Deckfarben auf Baumwollgewebe, Rajasthan, 19. Jahrhundert

Pichhavai with a depiction of sarat purnama, the festival of the autumn full moon with Shrinathji in the middle. Ink, colours and gold on cloth, North India, Rajasthan, Nathdwara 19th century

Pichhavai with a depiction of sarat purnama, the festival of the autumn full moon with Shrinathji in the middle. Ink, colours and gold on cloth, North India, Rajasthan, Nathdwara 19th century

“King Arthur's Knights” retold for boys and girls by Henry Gilbert; illustrated by Walter Crane. T. C. & E. C. Jack; Edinburgh, London, 1911

“King Arthur's Knights” retold for boys and girls by Henry Gilbert; illustrated by Walter Crane. T. C. & E. C. Jack; Edinburgh, London, 1911

The bee goddess Beyla, from the ‘Gods of England’ series by artist Thorskegga Thorn. Thorskegga has started a series of paintings depicting the gods/goddesses worshiped by the Anglo-Saxon and Norse settlers in England. Beyla is one of the two servants of Frey, the exact meaning of her name is not clear, the academics disagree, Simek suggests ‘cow’ while Dumezil suggests ‘bee’. Her partner is Byggvir, his name means ‘corn’. Thorshof members regard Beyla as the bee goddess with influence over…

The bee goddess Beyla, from the ‘Gods of England’ series by artist Thorskegga Thorn. Thorskegga has started a series of paintings depicting the gods/goddesses worshiped by the Anglo-Saxon and Norse settlers in England. Beyla is one of the two servants of Frey, the exact meaning of her name is not clear, the academics disagree, Simek suggests ‘cow’ while Dumezil suggests ‘bee’. Her partner is Byggvir, his name means ‘corn’. Thorshof members regard Beyla as the bee goddess with influence over…

Medicine Wheel Earth Mother

Medicine Wheel Earth Mother

Pichwai Series - 1

Pichwai Series - 1

IMG_20160112_095456

IMG_20160112_095456

Pichhavai (detail), depicting the rasa lila, the festival showing Krishna eight times dancing with alternate pairs of gopi in a circle around himself. Ink, colours and gold on cloth, North India, Rajasthan, Nathdwara 19th century

Pichhavai (detail), depicting the rasa lila, the festival showing Krishna eight times dancing with alternate pairs of gopi in a circle around himself. Ink, colours and gold on cloth, North India, Rajasthan, Nathdwara 19th century

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