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Radha and Krsna suprised by a Storm in a walled garden at night. The storm without reflects the storm within. Kangra, India 1800-25.


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


India (by fredcan) -From a visual perspective, the color, composition, and emotion of this is beautiful. Symbolically, I'd like to relate it to the masculine and feminine principals (not to be confused with women verses men). I would like to draw inspiration from where ever I can to eventually work on a project conveying the notion of sythesis, to convey two principals strengthened by difference but not destroyed by it.