Madhubani Painting – Krishna Leela
This is a beautiful Bharni (Fill in colours) style of Madhubani painting. This painting depicts a famous story from Krishna Leela, Krishna hiding away the clothes of Gopis. Outlines in the painting are done directly using a brush (There are no pencil sketches; no geometry tools like rounder or scale are used) and the textures are drawn using a nib dipped in acrylic colours. It originates from the Mithilanchal region of Bihar, India, also known as Mithila paintings.
Width: 57.5 cm
Height: 76.5 cm
Madhubani paintings also known as Mithila paintings is the famous folk art from Mithilanchal Region of Bihar, India. Folklore says that this art has been practiced since the days of Ramayana and walls were adorned with these paintings during Ma Sita’s wedding with Lord Ram. Traditionally Madhubani wall art used to be practiced by women on the external as well as internal walls of the house on auspicious occasions such as weddings and other celebrations. Known for its bold forms and vibrant colours, today, this wall art has transformed itself into one of the most celebrated folk art on paper and canvas and sought by art connoisseurs across the globe.
Avoid direct exposure to sunlight, humidity and water. For longevity, glass framing is recommended.
Framing: without a frame
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