Chonker Art Studio, Bombay (Printed in Germany)
Print on paper
19 x 13" / 48 x 33 cms
early 20th c.
Condition report: The work has some tears, as are visible clearly in this image. To preserve it, and prevent further damage, it has been pasted on archival board.
(The work will be shipped without a frame, packed flat in board)
A very intriguing interpretation of the idea that the lord is present everywhere (Sarv-Vyapak): we see Krishna everywhere, as if cloning himself to make his presence felt magically in the cosmos. Meditating on the lord's mysteries, we meet three female protagonists (one presumably Radha), sitting by the river pensively.
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