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Anything Indian :: Paintings & Artwork :: Beautiful painting by Ravi Varma- Hamsa Damayanthi (Unframed)
Beautiful painting by Ravi Varma- Hamsa Damayanthi (Unframed)
Beautiful painting by Ravi Varma- Hamsa Damayanthi (Unframed)Beautiful painting by Ravi Varma- Hamsa Damayanthi (Unframed)
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Beautiful painting by Ravi Varma- Hamsa Damayanthi (Unframed) Beautiful painting by Ravi Varma- Hamsa Damayanthi (Unframed)
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Raja Ravi Varmas most acclaimed painting depicts the beautiful Damayanti clad in a striking red sari, listening to her lover Nalas messages brought to her by the swan, Hamsam.
Raja Ravi Varmas most acclaimed painting depicts the beautiful Damayanti clad in a striking red sari, listening to her lover Nalas messages brought to her by the swan, Hamsam.

The story is a side story of the epic MAHABHARATHAM. Nala is a king belonging to the Chandravamsha. He falls in love with Damayanti, the daughter of King Bhima of Vidarbha. Nala is inflamed with love and eager to see Damayanthi. They had never met each other, but nevertheless have fallen in love. Nala wonders how he can seek and win her. He seeks the help of swan, hamsam to carry this message of love to his beloved and marries her with the help of hamsam.

Raja Ravi Varma ( 1848- 1906 ) is a world famous Indian painter who won the Vienna exhibition in 1873. The Painter Prince with Kshatriya blood (Indian Warrior Clan) traditionally achieved territorial conquest through the might of arms _“ but Ravi Varma, the Painter-Princes conquest was of the human heart and aesthetic perception through the might of his brush.He was a modern among traditionalists and a rationalist among moderns. He provided a vital link between the traditional Indian art and the contemporary, between the Thanjavoor School and Western Academic realism. Raja_ was a title given to him in recognition of his talent. He was richly educated and, unknown to many, also a poet, painting with words as well as color.

Dimensions: 283x 17.53









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