The Kota Master (Indian, active in the early 18th century). Radha and Krishna Walk in a Flowering Grove (recto); Krishna Fluting (verso), ca. 1720 (recto); ca. 1750–75 (verso). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Cynthia Hazen Polsky and Leon B. Polsky Fund, 2003 (2003.178a, b) | Krishna and Radha's bodies and garments, like the floral garlands they hold, appear suspended in motion, while the setting vibrates to their ecstasy. #spring
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Kalamkari painting - India Kalamkari Literally means drawing with a pen. This Indian art has evolved in the last 3000 years and this legacy has been handed down from generation to generation. In Andhra Pradesh, kalamkari is synonymous with two ancient cities like Masulipatnam and Srikalahasti. Masulipatnam style of Kalamkari mainly features Persian influence with intricate and delicate forms and motifs commonly used were trees, flowers, creepers and leaf designs. With the Dutch influence…
Andhra Kalamkari takes the inspiration from the historical architecture such as temples, forts and palaces. The motif include animals and birds, like Lion, Peacock, Elephant, as well as Indian Gods and Goddesses.