The Elephant’s Eye: Artful Animals in South & Southeast Asia
Loving companions, clever tricksters, or religious informants, animals in the art of South and Southeast Asia evoke the power of kingdoms, the wisdom of saints, and devotional desire. Sometimes sacred, sometimes profane, both gentle and ferocious, animals animate and enliven the scene. The Elephant’s Eye brings together thirty paintings, ink studies, and sculptures from India, Thailand, and Cambodia to showcase the many ways animals represent religion, politics, culture, and history.
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