MAP + Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Laura Weinstein and Shubhasree Purkayastha trace the journey and making of two popular prints from the nineteenth century—a Battala woodcut print from MAP’s collection and a chromolithograph from the Oriental Art Studio housed at the MFA, Boston. Despite variances in style and technique, both prints feature the iconography of Krishna and Radha—the divine lovers that have captured the imagination of artists and writers for centuries.

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