Krishna and Radha in a Bower: Page From a Dispersed Gita Govinda Sahibdin (active ca. 1628–55)

Krishna and Radha in a Pavilion is an 18th century Indian painting depicting the two Hindu deities Krishna and Radha. The painting is the example of Pahari painting used in Gardner’s Art Through the Ages

"The Eager Heroine on Her Way to Meet Her Lover out of Love (Kama Abhisarika Nayika)." Uttaranchal, Garhwal, India. early 19th C.

Krishna Visiting Radha India, Rajasthan, Bundi, circa 1750 Depicting a courtyard scene with Radha on a terrace resting upon ochre cushions and her attendants one feeding the birds and one feeding a school of fish by a waterbank filled with ducks and lotuses, the terrace separated from the palace grounds by a phalanx of leafing trees bearing flowers and peacocks, Krishna illustrated at far left with a sentry Image: 10¼ x 8 1/8 in. (26 x 21.5 cm.)

Radha Krishna

This is among the earliest known examples of Mughal painting in Delhi - itmost probably depicts, in the foreground, the young prince Akbar hawking, accompanied by his guardian Bairam Khan. A year later, the prince’s father was dead, and the prince was emperor.

Rasa Lila - Krishna's Dance of Delight India, Rajasthan, Bundi, circa 1675-1700 Drawings; watercolors Opaque watercolor and gold on paper Image: 11 7/8 x 8 1/2 in. (30.16 x 21.59 cm); Sheet: 14 3/8 x 9 3/4 in. (36.51 x 24.76 cm)

Krishna & Radha

Court Lady ca. 1620 Bishandas Mughal dynasty Reign of Jahangir Opaque watercolor, ink and gold on paper H: 10.8 W: 6.1 cm India

Krishna Kisses Radha: Page from the Boston Rasikapriya (Lover's Breviary), ca. 1610. India (Rajasthan, Amber?). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of The Kronos Collections, 1991 (1991.404.2)

Radha Krishna (Kishangarh Style)

radha krishna

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Radha Rani

Woodland Animal watercolor prints - Nursery wall art, wall decor

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