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Madhubani painting, 'Krishna Charms Gopies' - Madhubani painting Curate

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Krishna Charms Gopies Madhubani painting

In this cheerful Madhubani painting, Krishna charms the gopies (village girls)... more

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In this cheerful Madhubani painting, Krishna charms the gopies (village girls) with melodious tunes from his flute. The handsome deity sits on the sturdy branches of a tree on the banks of the Yanuma River. Highly detailed, colors are obtained from a combination of natural dyes and acrylic paints as Devendra Kumar Jha and Family paints on handmade paper.

  • 0.11 kgs
  • 0.2 lbs
  • 57 cm W x 76 cm H
  • 22.5" W x 30" H

  • Natural dyes and acrylics on handmade paper
  • Arrives unframed
  • Signed by the artist
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in India.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in India
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Devendra Kumar Jha and Family

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Devendra Kumar Jha and Family

Madhubani paintings

India
4 artist reviews

4 Testimonials for Devendra Kumar Jha and Family

Cindy

Carol

California

I had my ""Elephant Harmony"" painting matted and framed and it is now the centerpiece of my living room. It is so vibrant and colorful and everyone who visits my home comments on the detail and beauty. The picture doesn't do it justice. It is a wonderful piece of art and my family will treasure it. Thank you for this beautiful, artistic work.

Csi

Your lovely Village Scene painting became a gift for an Indian friend and colleague. It gave me great pleasure to provide this wonderful piece to him. Best wishes for continued success as an artist.
 
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