Radha & Friends North India Large Painting Circa 1880
Introducing the infamous painting that made headlines and landed Mike Anthony of Goodson Gallery on Judge Steve Harvey! This unique artwork holds a captivating history and a touch of adventure.
Acquired in Garland, Texas from the Garland Women's Activities Building, this painting holds a cherished place in local lore. It graced the walls of the building, framed and proudly displayed, from the 1970s until 2021. However, its journey didn't end there.
Before finding its way to the gallery, this extraordinary piece of art endured an unexpected twist. Wrapped in its own tale of excitement, the painting spent years folded, tucked away in secrecy. Its origins trace back to Northern India, adding an air of mystery and intrigue to its allure.
As you examine the artwork closely, you may notice the presence of fold marks, bearing witness to its remarkable journey. The passage of time has left delicate traces, showcasing the resilience and enduring spirit of this piece. Wearing of the paint adds a distinct character, a visual narrative that only enhances its uniqueness.
Be sure to explore the accompanying photos for a closer look at the painting's fascinating details. It's a testament to the art's resilience and the unexpected twists and turns that life can bring. Join the legacy of this painting that locked Mike Anthony in a van and caught the attention of none other than Judge Steve Harvey himself!
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