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E002.3.1-5
Artist / Maker : Unknown,
Title : Krishna Lifting the Mount Govardhana
Date (Execution) : 1980
Geographical Origin : new Delhi, India
Cultural Group : Indian
Style / Period : Islamic/N.East Middle 1250-1650
Medium / Material  : Reproduction Print
Support / Technique : paper
Object Type : reproductions (derivative objects)
Visual Description : The mountain is represented by rock formation in chocolate, pink and brown with vegetation, while the rain pours from ominous black clouds. Indra seen mounted on his white elephant is giving orders to his army of clouds represented by human figures with folded hands. Below the mountain against a silver grey background, Krishna has lifted the mountain on his little finger. On his either side congregate the cowherds with their kind and including his foster father Nanda.
Accession # : E002.3.1-5
Width (cm) : 32.50
Height (cm) : 16.00
Depth (cm) :
Mandatory Credit : Gift of Joseph Richardson
Artist Statement :