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Print Size 20″x14″
70-80 Years Old Print
₹7,000.00 incl. GST
(Sus scrofa domestica), reared on farms worldwide for its meat. This handcoloured engraving on steel by Scottish painter William Home Lizars (1788-1859) is based on a drawing by James Stewart from ‘Mammalia, Pachydermes or Thick-Skinned Quadrupeds’ (Edinburgh, 1836), part of the ‘Naturalist’s Library’ series by Scottish naturalist Sir William Jardine (1800-1874).
WHITE-LIPPED PECCARY HAND-COLORED PRINT JARDINE NATURALISTS LIBRARY 1875 And Two Horned African Khinoceros Daniel And American Tapir F.Cuvier Size 6.5″X4″
FIFTEENTH CENTURY 4 TIPPED IN COLOR PLATES BY MULK RAJ ANAND
Bombay: Marg Publication’s, 1977. First Edition. Original Wraps. Small Folio, Single Issue Of This Indian Magazine
₹3,500.00 incl. GST
Description: This Vintage hand painting of Lord Krishna in his avatar (form) as Lord Dwarkadhish is made using goauche on paper.
Condition: It comes with its original metal sheet backing which shows some corrosion but overall seems OK. Unfortunately, the exposure to air and moisture has left some stains on the painting.
Artist: unknown, the art is derived from the Nathdwara school of painting, Rajasthan.
Size: 12″ (H) x 10″ (W) including the metal frame
This vintage painting using gouache on paper describes a landscape on a moonlit night
Artist – Unknown. Probably from Bundi School of Art
Dimension of this painting – 19.8″ x 13.8″(including the border)
Condition: Fine. The painting is unframed and comes with a removable paper mount/border
Description: an antique black & white lithography print of the original painting by the artist Pellion made in 1820. An early description of the Francesca bay area near Falkland island. ‘Grabado’ means recorded by the Artist during his travel.
Condition: Excellent considering the 70+ year age of the lithograph. The lithograph is pasted on a handmade paper and the mount is punched to show that it was part of an album as shown in the image.
Marks or identifications: This lithograph is marked with Roman numerical “LI” on the right bottom corner probably indicating a page number of an album.
Size: the size of the lithograph is 43 cm x 32 cm and 49.5 cm x 32 cm (including the paper mount on which it is pasted)