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INDIA, KOTA, 19TH CENTURY
Pichwai Depicting the Celebration of the Festival of Cows. India (Deccan), late 18th - early 19th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Pichwais...
INDIA, RAJASTHAN, 19TH CENTURY
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"A Pichhavai of the Vraj Parikrama Jatra. India, Rajasthan, 19th Century. The central orange panel illustrating Krishna as Shrinathji
A common style of Pichwai paintings found in Nathdwara (Rajasmand, Rajasthan)
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Pichhvai depicting a dense forest scene, #gopi’s looking for #Krishna #miniaturepainting
NORTH INDIA, 19TH/20TH CENTURY
On View Yug Deepak Soni’s pichwai paintings combine the traditional with the experimental.
Krishna with Gopis and Asleep Indian, Rajasthani, Late 18th century
a rajput king worshipping krishna rajastan 1700
During the festival "Holi" Hindus have fun tossing colored powder at one another. "Celebration of Spring by Krishna and Radha," 18th C. Guimet
he blue-skinned god Krishna is shown dressed in a patterned robe and bedecked with jewels and garlands, standing before a cloth of white floral material. Originally from Nathdwar Temple, Rajasthan (Late 19th century)
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