Odisha style Radha Krishna
Inspired by 16th Century sensibilities Two Bronze Figures
Two Bronze Figures of Krishna and Radha -Odisha style bronze in antique dark brown finish. Inspired by 16th Century sensibilities, with Krishna standing with legs crossed and upraised arms in a fluting gesture, depicted in the nude adorned with jewellery, crown and hair in a bun, cast separately onto a beaded lotus base; Radha depicted in the nude with plaited long hair, her jewellery, headdress, hairstyle standing on a lotus base. Casting sculpture is done by the Kansaris of Odisha and items produced include icons-mainly Radha, Krishna, Laxmi, pot bellied Ganesha, Vishnu and crawling Krishna called Gurundi Gopal, bells or ghanti, lampstand or rukha and lamps or dipa.