Archival quality, giclée reproduction of Bridget Riley's 'Nataraja' (1993) from Tate’s collection of Modern Art.
Printed on beautiful, high quality paper and all available either framed or unframed.
Made in England. Packaged flat.
Nataraja is a term from Hindu mythology, which means Lord of the Dance. It refers to the Hindu god Siva (Shiva) in his form as the cosmic dancer. Sculptures of the dancing Siva, who is usually presented with four arms, are displayed in most Saiva temples in South India. Siva's dance represents his importance as the source for all movement in the universe. Riley's use of the term Nataraja thus refers to the emphasis on rhythm and counter-rhythm, which are central elements in the painting.
Paper size, 30 x 40 cm. Image size, 22 x 30.4 cm.
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