Krishna and Radha Print

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Exclusive to the British Museum, a print inspired by a 18th-19th century painting of Krishna and Radha.

This print forms part of a range accompanying the British Museum exhibition Feminine power: the divine to the demonic.

The print is based on a gouache painting from Rajasthan, India, which dates to around 1790-1810, and shows the blue-skinned god Krishna embracing his lover, the mortal woman Radha. The couple are seated on a terrace, wearing fine clothes and pearls. Radha is often associated with the passion and pleasure of romantic relationships, and the couple were frequently portrayed in Indian art from this period.

A vibrant and touching piece of home art.

  • Product Code: CMCD74390
  • Product Weight: 0.1Kg
  • Dimensions: H25 x L20cm, Image size: H16.7 x L12cm
  • Exhibition: Feminine power: the divine to the demonic
  • Material: Fine grain art paper
  • Postage Weight: 0.10 Kg

Exclusive to the British Museum, a print inspired by a 18th-19th century painting of Krishna and Radha.

This print forms part of a range accompanying the British Museum exhibition Feminine power: the divine to the demonic.

The print is based on a gouache painting from Rajasthan, India, which dates to around 1790-1810, and shows the blue-skinned god Krishna embracing his lover, the mortal woman Radha. The couple are seated on a terrace, wearing fine clothes and pearls. Radha is often associated with the passion and pleasure of romantic relationships, and the couple were frequently portrayed in Indian art from this period.

A vibrant and touching piece of home art.

  • Product Code: CMCD74390
  • Product Weight: 0.1Kg
  • Dimensions: H25 x L20cm, Image size: H16.7 x L12cm
  • Exhibition: Feminine power: the divine to the demonic
  • Material: Fine grain art paper
  • Postage Weight: 0.10 Kg
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