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In a popular episode from Krishna’s life story, Krishna steals the clothing of the gopis—young women of Brindavan—while they are bathing in the Yamuna River. Climbing a tree with their garments in tow, he compels the gopis to emerge from the water naked, with arms raised in supplication, to beg for the return of their clothing. They eventually do so, their initial embarrassment washed away by the pleasure of devotion, as they reveal themselves fully before their god.
A great piece of art with such an interesting story behind it, surely deserves pride of place in your lovely space!
· Size: 20 x 40 cms
· Acrylic colours and pigments on paper
· Arrives unframed
· Signed by the artist
· Available in customized size