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Small square painting depicting three figures on a red background. There are two human-like figures on either side of a long thin figure. All three figures have faces with eyes, nose, mouth and eye brows. The eyes are shown as red circles with white eyes and a black pupil. The central, thin figure has a yellow face, the figure on the proper right has a white face, and the figure on the proper left has a black face. All three figures are wearing necklaces; the two human-like figure’s necklaces are white with red stripes while the long yellow figure’s necklace is black. The human-like figure on the proper right side has a black body while the other two figures have a green body. The border of the painting is black and yellow, and within the black border there are white dots. The painting appears to have been done on a piece of paper with black typed characters on it, almost resembling newsprint, as some of the characters show through on the front and back surfaces of the painting.


Old style patachitra painting prepared as a pilgrim's souvenir or keepsake of their trip to Jagannath Puri.

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