Celestial Harmony: Lord Krishna's grace with his consorts Mysore painting by Hemalatha B


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Size : Medium
Dimensions : H: 17 | W: 14 Inches
Medium : Ingalika colors on Plywood

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Hemalatha B portrays the divine union of Lord Krishna with his consorts in a captivating tableau of love, devotion, and spiritual harmony. At the heart of the painting stands Lord Krishna, his iconic form exuding an aura of timeless charm and regal elegance. His divine visage is meticulously rendered, capturing the enchanting twinkle in his eyes that reflects his playful nature and eternal wisdom. Beside Lord Krishna, his consorts stand as embodiments of devotion and grace. Each consort is portrayed with exquisite detail, with their expressions and features carefully crafted to capture their unique personalities. Their eyes mirror the depths of their love and reverence for Krishna, evoking a sense of tenderness and devotion that adds depth and emotion to the scene. The composition of the painting is a visual symphony of vibrant colours and intricate patterns. The consorts' attire, adorned with delicate designs and ornate jewellery, adds an element of opulence to the tableau, reflecting their elevated status in Krishna's divine entourage. The masterpiece portrays inspiring contemplation on the timeless themes of unity, devotion, and the cosmic dance of creation that resonate through their sacred bond.


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Artist

Hemalatha

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Hemalatha B, a graphic designer by profession, embarked on her passion for traditional painting in 2010 under the guidance of Mysore Palace artist M. Ramanarsaiah Sir. Her projects reflect a deep commitment to preserving the authentic look and feel of Mysore art, avoiding conversions or shortcuts.
Hemalatha's craft includes the creation of Ganjifa cards, known for their portability, speed, and attractiveness. She remains dedicated to Mysore traditional paintings and their rich heritage.
Her preferred themes are those that convey meaningful messages, often inspired by mythological stories and moral lessons. Despite her graphic design background, she remains true to the art's authentic essence, avoiding shortcuts and marketing gimmicks.
For the future, Hemalatha intends to continue her artistic journey, exploring the bold and vibrant world of Tanjore painting. Her plans include creating knowledge-based game sets, such as a yoga Ganjifa set and traditional-themed sets, adding a touch of heritage to every piece.


Mysore Painting


Mysore painting is an important form of classical South Indian painting style that originated in and around the town of Mysore in Karnataka encouraged and nurtured by the Mysore rulers. Painting in Karnataka has a long and illustrious history, tracing its origins back to the Ajanta times. Mysore paintings are known for their elegance, muted colours, and attention to detail. The themes for most of these paintings are Hindu gods and goddesses and scenes from Hindu Mythology.



Product Details

Title
Celestial Harmony: Lord Krishna's grace with his consorts Mysore painting by Hemalatha B
Vendor
Hemalatha B
Art Style
Mysore Painting
Medium
Ingalika colors
Size
Medium
Dimension
17 in(H) X 14 in(W)
Themes
Krishna, Gopis, Folk Art
Color
Blue, Maroon, Red, Multicoloured, White, Orange
Country of Origin
Karnataka, India
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