This is a print depicting goddess Kali. This particular rendition of Kali resembles the original statue worshipped in the Kalighat temple. She also wears a crown and a garland of skulls, while her hair falls behind her. She has fanged teeth and her tongue, somewhat disproportionate to the rest of the body, hangs out. She holds a human head dripping with blood and a sickle in two of her four arms while with the other two she portrays abhaya (no fear) and varada (boon) mudras. The icon is framed by two corinthian pillars and a curtain, and an umbrella attached to a pole emerges from behind.