Navaneeta Krishna or Krishna eating butter is one of the most endearing depictions of the great Lord’s Baalyakala (childhood) in the Tanjore artworks. Seated on a royal throne in the warming manner of a mischievous toddler who is enjoying being cajoled for having his favorite food, butter. Pleasing in their subject and aesthetic in the telling of Krishna’s Lila, Navaneeta Krishna Tanjore painting is one of the favorite themes of artists and devotees.
Encased in an aesthetically rich, vintage wood frame, the painting has an antiquated effect, thanks to the faded tones and traditional motifs used on the canvas. The arch over Krishna's throne is ornately formed, with tiny stone pieces studded in gold, which brings an appealing visual effect to this Thanjavur artwork, which is a gem to have in your space.
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