© Galerie Zacke
Katalognummer: AB0319-1142
KRISHNA AS CHILD WITH NANDA AND YASHODA
Miniature painting with colors and gold
India, Nathdwara School 19th cent.

Between three trees standing on a deep green meadow, a triple depiction die of the naked boy Krishna, who is the eight incarnation of the god Vishnu. Yashoda, his foster mother, is illustrated twice and her husband Nanda in white robes, both are actually cow shephards. Krishna was, only after persecution of the tyrant Kamsa, taken up and hidden by them. Krishna with halo, on far left he is seen in a flaming spiral. Frame with gold and a beautiful blossom border.

Dimensions: 25 x 34.5 CM
Condition: Good condition
Provenance: From a German collection

Nachverkauf:  € 650

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