Historical period(s)
18th century
Deccani School
Gold and silver with touches of color on black cotton
H x W (Height variable): 243.2 × 315.6 cm (95 3/4 × 124 1/4 in)
India, Deccan
Credit Line
Gift of Karl B. Mann
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Accession Number
On View Location
Currently not on view


garden, India, Krishna, Radha, WWII-era provenance
Provenance information is currently unavailable
Published References
  • , Kalyan Krishna, Kay Talwar. Historic Textiles of India at the Calico Museum. 4 vols., Ahmedabad, India, 1971-1993. nos. 29, 30, 62, 63, 77, 78, vol. 3 (1979).
  • Stuart Cary Welch. India: Art and Culture, 1330-1900. Exh. cat. New York. cat. 223.
  • Amit Ambalal. Krishna as Shrinathji: Rajasthani Paintings from Nathdvara., 1st ed. Ahmedabad, India. .
  • Robert Skelton. Rajasthani Temple Hangings of the Krishna Cult from the Collection of Karl Mann, New York. Exh. cat. New York, January 1973 - January 1976. cat. 2, pp. 34-45.
  • Gates of the Lord: The Tradition of Krishna Paintings. Ahmedabad, India. pp. 108-109, fig. 46.
  • , Amit Ambalal, Madhuvanti Ghose, Kalyan Krishna, Tryna Lyons, Anita B. Shah. Gates of the Lord: The Tradition of Krishna Paintings. Exh. cat. Chicago. cat. 46, pp. 108-109.
  • Joan Cummins. Vishnu: Hinduism's Blue-Skinned Savior. Exh. cat. cat. 156, p. 258.
Collection Area(s)
South Asian and Himalayan Art
Web Resources
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