Radha, the beloved of Krishna pretending to be Krishna (2013)
Oil painting by Asha Shenoy.


  • Oil painting, Canvas
  • One of a kind artwork
  • Size: 18 × 24 × 0.02 in (unframed)
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Artist's description:

Bharathanatyam Dancer depicting Radha pretending to be Krishna, her beloved, playing an imaginary flute!
This is from "Gita Govindam":
मुहुरवलोकितमण्डन लीला
मधुरिपुरहमितिभावनशीला ॥४॥ (नाथ हरे….)

"She puts on clothes and ornaments like you and
says “I am Krishna” and also imagines that she is Krishna. O Lord Hari! …"
Original oil painting on canvas

Size: 18"x24"

A religious painting ideal for gifting.

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Materials used:

Winsor & Newton Oil paints and mediums