Bronze Crawling Balakrishna. Tamil Nadu, South India, 17th century. This beautiful and well-cast image depicts Krishna as a crawling infant. He holds a butter ball in his right hand. He is naked other than for a chest band, a waist band, and jewellery. He wears a necklace with a splendid South Indian double tiger claw pendant, which itself has been finely and realistically modelled. This and more Indian art for sale on CuratorsEye.com

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Bala Krishna  Bronze statue of crawling Balagopal (infant Krishna), holding a butter ball. Andhra Pradesh, India. 17-18th century.

Bala Krishna Bronze statue of crawling Balagopal (infant Krishna), holding a butter ball.

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A beautiful bronze sculpture of Krishna the Divine cow herder as a baby holding a pot with butterballs. He is affectionately referred to as Bala Krishna or baby Krishna.

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