SAYED HAIDER RAZA (1922-2016) Nagas, 2007 Acrylic... - Lot 3 - Néo Enchères

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SAYED HAIDER RAZA (1922-2016) Nagas, 2007 Acrylic... - Lot 3 - Néo Enchères
SAYED HAIDER RAZA (1922-2016) Nagas, 2007 Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated lower right Countersigned, titled and dated on back 50 x 50 cm Provenance Artist's studio Private collection We would like to thank the RAZA Foundation for confirming the authenticity of this work, referenced in the archives of Mr. Sayed Haider Raza under number RF 0707. A certificate of authenticity will be given to the buyer. Nagas" by Sayed Haidar Raza is an inspiring work of art that explores the symbolism and spirituality of Hindu culture. In this creation, Raza depicts the Nagas, serpentine deities revered in Hinduism. In Hinduism, Nagas are often associated with water, fertility and the protection of nature. They are depicted as divine serpents, endowed with mystical and protective powers. Nagas are also closely linked to the concept of Kundalini, a spiritual energy at the base of the spine which, when awakened, leads to enlightenment. In Raza's painting "Nagas", he probably explores the symbolism of sacred snakes, depicting them through a vibrant color palette and using abstract geometric shapes. His artistic interpretation of Nagas may vary according to his own vision and artistic expression. This work can be appreciated for both its visual beauty and its profound symbolic meaning. It invites the viewer to immerse themselves in the richness of Hindu culture and to meditate on the spiritual concepts associated with it. Sayed Haidar Raza's "Nagas" is therefore a thought-provoking piece of art that evokes the power and mystique of Nagas in Hinduism. It makes a valuable addition to any art collection, bringing a spiritual dimension and a connection with Indian culture.
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