Ganesh by Mukti Singh Thapa

This work by master artist Mukti Singh Thapa is of the red, twelve-armed, dancing Ganesh. While traditionally a Hindu deity, this depiction of the elephant-headed Ganesh, or Binayak, is from the Sakya School of Tibetan Buddhism. It depicts Ganesh dancing inside a stylized rock cave, framed by an intricate white torana, while standing on a jewel-spitting rat. This spectacular piece displays Thapa's mastery of the 14th - 16th century Newar Design style through its rich color palette, precise lines and scroll patterns, and use of traditional iconography.

Mahakala Fine Arts has produced this Collector's Edition print so that you can collect this museum quality work of art. This piece is limited to 100 prints and can only be found at Mahakala Fine Arts. It is printed on thick archival paper in the same quality used by top museums worldwide.

With your 80 cm (31 inch) print you will receive an authentication card, numbered and signed by the artist in English and Nepali script, as well as an artist biography.

Mahakala Fine Arts donates a portion of all print sales to social programs in the Himalaya.

If you have any questions, please email Mahakala@MahakalaFineArts.com for more information.


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