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Kishangarh School at Its Best

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Kishangarh School at Its Best
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Time required to recreate this artwork
10 to 12 weeks
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$34.00 (20%)
Balance to be paid once product is ready
$136.00
Item Code: HF55
Specifications:
Watercolor on Paper
Artist: Kailash Raj
6.2" X 9.4"
Be it Keshava's Rasikpriya or Jayadeva's Gita Govind, Krishna lila forms the main theme. The art borrows its rhythm and lyricism from poetry and the latter borrows its romantic charm from art.

The nayika is seen partially immersed in the lotus pond, plucking lotus flowers. The Kishangarh School of art portrays Radha with idealistic features, such as this. The eyebrow seems like a stretched bow; the eyes the shape of a fish; a long, straight nose; thin lips and a substantial chin. She is lean of body and delicate of limbs. Her long fingers look quite fragile as they tug at the stems. She is adorned with every perceivable item of jewellery. Her extremely short choli expose the shapely curves of her body and a transparent odhini falls gracefully over them.

Judging by the distant perspective it is a large lake, having not only lotus flowers, but swan and a leisure boat also. In the distance are the royal quarters, beyond which is dark, dense vegetation. Grassy highlands are part of the background, but the sky is attention graffing. The higher level of the sky is deep blue with a few floating clouds. Sky close to the ground is streaked with orange depicting dawn/dusk.

This description by Renu Rana.


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