Siva drinking World Poison by Nandalal Bose

Nandalal Bose (Bengali: নন্দলাল বসু) (December 3, 1882 – April 16, 1966) was a noted Indian painter of Bengal school of art. A foremost pupil of Abanindranath Tagore, a pioneer of the school, he started with "Indian style" of painting, before blazing off a alternative style at the Kala Bhawan, Shanti Niketan, eventually becoming its principal in 1922. He was influenced by the Tagore family and the murals of Ajanta, his classic works include paintings of scenes from Indian mythologies, women, and village life.

Today, his paintings are considered among India's best modern paintings by many critics.

In 1976, the Archaeological Survey of India, Department of Culture, Govt. of India declared his works of amongst the "nine artists", whose work "not being antiquities, were to be hence forth considered to be 'art treasures'. ( Wikipedia)