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Matthew Haughton and Moses Haughton the younger, The first three avatars of Vishnu (Matsya, Kurma, and Varaha)

The first three avatars of Vishnu (Matsya, Kurma, and Varaha)

Matthew Haughton (1766 - 1821) and Moses Haughton the younger (1773 - 1849)

RA Collection: Art

Title
The first three avatars of Vishnu (Matsya, Kurma, and Varaha)
Drawn by
Matthew Haughton (1766 - 1821) and Moses Haughton the younger (1773 - 1849)
Engraved by
John Dadley (1767 - after 1809?)
Published by
Joseph Johnson (1738 - 1809)
Printed by
Thomas Bensley (1759 - 1835)
From
The Hindu Pantheon [Sri Sarva Deva Sabha], printed by Thomas Bensley for Joseph Johnson (London: 1810) pl. 48
Object type
Plate
Place of Publication
London
Medium
Etching on wove paper
Dimensions

245 mm x 190 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
18/1703
This image is from a book

[Sri Sarva Deva Sabha] The Hindu Pantheon. By Edward Moor, F.R.S. Member Of The Asiatic Society Of Calcutta, And Of The Literary Society Of Bombay. - London :: 1810.

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