Dimensions: 16 × 24 in


  • Original artwork on canvas board | Unframed
  • Created: 2017
  • Payment through NEFT
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  • We offer free shipping on all pieces that are 36″ x 48″ or smaller.
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Architectural splendour stoic art amidst the vibrancy of nature.

The shore temple at Mamallapuram is an outstanding example of Dravidian art and architecture. This world monument is Narasimha Varman. It’s a dream realised. The Pallava king of 8th Century A.D. had the brilliant idea of sculpting the huge rocks scattered around the shore of Bay of Bengal into beautiful carvings and temples par excellence. With its renowned rock cut seven chariots of the Pandavas and the nine cave temples provide enthralling aesthetic experience to its global visitors. The expertise of the artist lies in solely using adept strokes to create an effect of minute portrayal of sculptures. The artist has painted visitors to evoke through contrast. The stillness of the temple is set against the background that brims with life – the drifting clouds and the rhythm of the sea.

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Dimensions 16 × 24 in
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