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The painting from Trichinopoly, India, titled Nandikeshvara, the Anthropomorphic Form of Nandi and Attendant of Shiva, is believed to be from the 1820s.
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It is from the Abhinaya Darpana (Mirror Of Gesture), by the redoubtable Nandikeshvara, often spoken of as a rival to Bharata Muni, who composed the Natya Shastra, the foundation of dance and other arts.
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