Painting. Manasā is seated on a lotus and flanked by snakes. Attendants stand on either side, and devotees with offerings are seen below. Paint on canvas, varnished.

An00042314 001 l

Thing

Made Of
canvas
Type of Thing
painting
Subject
religion/belief, reptile, devotee/worshipper, lotus, attendant
Techniques
painted

People

Depicted
Manasā

Place

Painted In
Bengal, Bishnapur

Time

Acquired In
1989
Made
20thC, mid-late

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