Artist's description:

A series of 4. In the Epic 'Ramayana', Ravana was able to abduct Sita by luring Rama Away from their hut in the forest with the apparition of a golden fawn, which was actually an 'Asura' named Maricha, who had magical powers. The allure of such a mirage helped distract and deceive the victims. Such modes of deception has been used by humans to victimize others and as a tool of control. A wolf in the garb of a sheep, an enemy who stays close as a friend... trying to impress people with assumed qualities which are not our natural character trait... We all use such forms of deception to manipulate others to reach our ultimate goals.

Note: This artwork is not sold as a single piece but as a part of a series of 4 pieces together in a group. The price and the shipping cost mentioned are for this individual piece alone. The group of 4 works is priced at USD 400. The shipping cost will be provided on inquiry.

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Materials used:

Watercolor and pen drawing with waterproof ink on executive bond paper

Tiny Deceptions 4 - The Golden Fawn (Mirage) (2015)


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This artwork is sold by Rudra Kishore Mandal from India

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