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Indian Sculpture of the Infant Krishna as the Butter Thief - FZ.256
Origin: India
Circa: 1600 AD to 1800 AD
Dimensions: 7.75" (19.7cm) high x 4.25" (10.8cm) wide
Collection: Asian Art
Medium: Metal Alloy

Additional Information: SOLD
Location: United States
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The legendary hero Krishna, eighth incarnation of Vishnu, is perhaps the most popular god in all Hindu mythology. Often shown with blue skin, Krishna appears in a variety of guises: as a baby, as a cowherd, as the lover, as Bhagata the adorable one. In this splendid statue he is shown kneeling as a young child, wearing little more than a topknot and a necklace. Even if we did not know this was Krishna, the bold and powerful lines of the sculpture would hint at his divine stature. - (FZ.256)


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