The divine couple that rules love, romance and devotion.
Radha was a milkmaid...the beloved. Krishna, the nephew of a demon king, was secretly exchanged to a cowherds family. He loved to play the flute and would later become a king.
In India, women often see their husbands as Krishna and men often see their wives as Radha. Interesting fact.
Up for your viewing pleasure is a splendid set of highly detailed wall hangings. Krishna plays the flute and Radha joins him in his music.
These are not prints, they are meticulously stenciled cut-outs adhered to a white backing.
Each black matted frame measures 14 7/8" high x 10 1/8" wide, with a decorative view of 10 5/8" high x 6" wide.
They are housed in genuine wood frames with a taped wood backing (which we have left intact). Amazingly, they are visibly unsigned, but possibly could be signed on the interior (we will not destroy the backing to find out).
These wall hangings are in excellent condition and have been well-cared for over the years. Obviously very special to their former owner.
There aren't any condition issues to note, but for light surface wear scattered on the wood frame. Nothing that detracts and only mentioned for accuracy.
This is aesthetic beauty at its best...in every sense of the word.
A special treat for any aficionado of eclectic or Indian-inspired art.
Item ID: BW ~ 1222
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