Painting on paper
13.6 x 9.5" / 34.5 x 24 cms
The image portrays Shrinath-ji’s image individually, without any context of a background or thematic / narrative setting, which we find more often in Pichvais.
It is executed in the naive Bazaar style, which is now extinct. Paintings in the Bazaar style were crudely and naively rendered and available at various shops in the bazaars of Nathdwara: shops that would typically not be exclusive shops for visual art, but would dabble in selling textile, jewellery, along with a mix of these images as affordable souvenirs for the travelling devotees, that extending their darshan.
Condition report: Owing to its historic nature, the work is in fragile condition and is torn, stained and damaged in several places, as is clearly visible in the image. We have pasted this work on an archival board to prolong its life and prevent further damage.
(The work will be shipped without a frame, packed flat in board)
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