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Multiple Forms of the Ultimate

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According to Hindu mythology Krishna is the avatar or the divine incarnation in human form of the great lord, Vishnu. However, the same mythology attributes Krishna to the philosophy of the Advaite or the non dual. It considers Krishna to be the ultimate form in the universe, beyond which nothing exists in creation and in to which everything comes to an end. However, Krishna has been depicted in a number of different forms such as the lover, the cowherd, the naughty child and so on. These different forms are depicted by this particular painting. Hence, there are a number of figures of Krishna associated with different objects on the same plane of the painting in order to signify the different forms. Here the focus is on Krishna as the lover and the different roles that he undertakes as a lover. From a flute player to that of a coy, youthful lover he has been shown with a number of gopis in different forms. Here the space takes on a mythical aspect as the same space is divided in to a number of terrains in order to represent different times. This can be conceptualized as a subverted form of modern visual arts where the different spaces represent the same or different times.

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Additional Information

Medium

Acrylic

Subject

Mythology

Style

Impressionistic

Colours

Light Green

Width (Inches)

60

Height (Inches)

36

Framed

No

Ready To Hang

No

Living Spaces

Living Room

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Artist: Mahendra Jalan
SKU: SL.22.MK.14 Category:

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