|| Krishnam Vande Jagatgurum||
< "I bow down to Lord Krishna, the guide of the universe "
This Tanjore painting seems to unequivocally celebrate the glory of Krishna in all vibrant brilliance and splendor. Krishna, , the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu, is the most common theme of Tanjore paintings. Flawlessly captured in the typical Tanjore style, the figure of Krishna has beautiful rounded face and almond-shaped eyes - a delightful spectacle that radiates mystical charm. Wearing the peacock feather on his head and garlands around his neck, the Muralidhara the flute bearer is shown standing gracefully holding a flute. The divine figure is set in a dark blue background that is outlined with an arch detailed in intricate overlay of gold foil and colourful semi-precious stones. The gold overlay is fringed by a contrasting dark brown carved wooden frame _ The dark blue and chalk white colours make for a beautiful contrast.
Made to impeccable perfection in vibrant hues and sparkle of 22 carat gold foil and colourful semi-precious stones, this Thanjavur painting adds brilliance and positivity to your decor. It also is a great gifting idea.
Renowned worldwide as one of India's greatest traditional art forms, Tanjore painting is a sought-after collectible. It even has the recognition of Geographical Indication, certifying its conformance to traditional methods, its qualities and reputation.