Radha and Krishna

Radha, Krishna’s consort and foremost of the cowgirls (gopis), is depicted here with Krishna, seated on a divan. Popular stories of their romance evoke longing in separation, jealousy, and secret trysts. This image portrays their mutually passionate relationship.

Black ink, watercolor, and tin paint, with graphite underdrawing on paper


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