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Indian - Krishna Taunting the Gopi - Walters W863

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Always the prankster, Krishna spies the gopi (cowgirls) of Vraja bathing naked in the Yamuna River. He positions himself with all of their clothes high in a tree. They beg him to return their garments, but he insists that they each come out of the water to receive their clothing.

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1775 - 1800
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artwork 18th century watercolor paintings from india garhwal painting hindu art in the walters art museum krishna steals gopis clothes paintings from india in the walters art museum trees in art of india walters art museum india art of india hinduism hindu gods hindu krishna