Indian 36 to 48 Inch(29 items)
Welcome to the Indian 36 to 48 Inch Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Indian 36 to 48 Inch
Ive always loved depictions of the Tree of Life, but this one goes far beyond the standard tree. It contains birds and is accompanied by an explanation from the artist. The colors are vibrant and lovely. You wont be disappointed!
Popular Indian 36 to 48 Inch
Classic Rajasthani Princess Signed Painting from India Art, "Princess of Rajasthan"$239.99
Proffering a trunk filled with jewelry, the assistant patiently awaits for the princess to select what she'll wear in this painting by Dinesh Kumawat. Painting with oils, the Indian artist captures a moment in the life of Rajasthani royalty with amazing and explicit detail.
Classic Jaipur Queen Signed Painting from India Art, "Queen of Jaipur"$159.99
Dressed in rich jewelry and traditional Jaipuri clothes, the queen eagerly awaits the arrival of her husband with a peacock by her side in this sumptuous painting by Dinesh Kumawat. Painting with oils, the Indian artist captures a moment in the life of Rajasthani royalty with amazing and explicit detail.
Natural Dyes on Handmade Paper Madhubani Signed Painting, "Tree of Life"$29.99
Birds take refuge in the beautiful tree of life depicted in this exquisite painting by Devender Kumar Jha, featuring acrylic and vegetable dyes on handmade paper. The tree is engulfed with lush green leaves along with colorful blossoms while the birds perched upon the branches take a rest. This splendid colorful painting is signed by the artist.
Signed Indian Artwork Painting with Ecological Message, "Quenches Thirst"$354.99
Painting with acrylics dominated by dark blues and browns, Jay Karun delivers a strong ecological message through his "Waste Land" series of paintings. For this installment, the Indian artist depicts a crow looking for food and water in a garbage dump. "I portray the harsh reality of garbage dumping in my state of Kerala, which I witness every day. It is not only unhygienic for the people residing around, but it also affects the eco system. People should always be cautious and practice cleanliness - not only at home but around their neighborhood, city and state," pleads Karun.