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workman: virtual-artifacts: century Hindu painting, a meditation on “the endless dance of energy.

17th century tantric painting. This work refers to the Kali, the goddess of time, who represents destruction and death

17th-Century Modernism?

-else: “ tantra song: tantric painting from rajasthan “the images were discovered by french poet franck andré jamme in 1970 while rummaging through the catalogs of a parisian art gallery.

(kali) abstract Tantric paintings based on 17th-century illustrations from Indian religious texts

(kali) abstract Tantric paintings based on illustrations from Indian religious texts

The deity Chandra (god of the moon) standing on a two wheeled chariot drawn by ten white horses. Flanked by Kaumudi and Tara. He holds a lotus in each hand. Company School, Tanjore style, Thanjavur, c.1814.

The deity Chandra (god of the moon) standing on a two wheeled chariot drawn by ten white horses. Flanked by Kaumudi and Tara. He holds a lotus in each hand.

Josef Albers, Color Study for Homage to the Square

Josef Albers in America: Painting on Paper "Color Study for Homage to the Square," at the Morgan. Werner J. Hannappel, The Josef Albers Museum Quadrat Bottrop

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