Painting

late 19th century (made)
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Not currently on display at the V&A

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Place Of Origin

Painting, in watercolour on paper, four men are shown in pursuit of two deer. One man holds a sword, one a gun, one is holding two dogs, and the other is riding on a bullock-cart with two hunting cheetahs (although they are shown with stripes like tigers).


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Materials and Techniques
Painted in watercolour on paper
Brief Description
Painting, deer hunt, watercolour on paper, Savantvadi, late 19th century
Physical Description
Painting, in watercolour on paper, four men are shown in pursuit of two deer. One man holds a sword, one a gun, one is holding two dogs, and the other is riding on a bullock-cart with two hunting cheetahs (although they are shown with stripes like tigers).
Content description
Four men are shown in pursuit of two deer. One man holds a sword, one a gun, one is holding two dogs, and the other is riding on a bullock-cart with two hunting cheetahs (although they are shown with stripes like tigers).
Production
Although often attributed to Paithan in Maharashtra, it is likely that paintings of this type were made in several villages in the Savantwadi region of that state.
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Collection
Accession Number
IS.29-1991

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record createdJuly 25, 2003
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