E002.3.3-5 added to your artcart. Your art-cart now contains 1 items
Display Info  |  Print View  |  Remove From Cart

E002.3.3-5
Artist / Maker : Unknown,
Title : Balarama Diverting the Course of the Jamuna
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 : In this painting, Balarama, holding a pestle, is diverting the course of the Jamuna with his plough. Jamuna is personified by the dark lady holding a vessel containing water following the plough. On one side is Krishna with two cowherds. In a corner, a cowherd is driving a flock of cows.
Accession # : E002.3.3-5
Width (cm) : 28.00
Height (cm) : 18.50
Depth (cm) :
Mandatory Credit : Gift of Joseph Richardson
Artist Statement :