Indian Haveli Folk Art Paintings(233 items)
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Art & Nature interwoven in fine harmony
Dear Ambika, I thank you so much for giving your gift in such a (he)artful way. The sight of your piece of work, simply beautiful, brings peace and joy, a part of your country I appreciate having at home. Thank you.
Popular Indian Haveli Folk Art Paintings
Madhubani Style Painting of Birds in Tree, "Courting Birds"$119.99
This beautifully colorful painting is created in the Madhubani style. Originating in Bihar, Madhubani painting was originally done to adorn the floors and walls of homes and other buildings. Vidushini paints this composition of two courting birds in a flowering tree. The painting is rendered in acrylics on handmade paper.
Madhubani Folk Art Painting of Hindu Goddess Lakshmi, "Goddess Lakshmi"$119.99
Working with acrylic paints on handmade paper, Vidushini in India creates this stunning Madhubani painting. The painting depicts Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, fortune, love, beauty, joy and prosperity. She holds lotus flowers in two of her four hands, a symbol of good fortune. The art of Madhubani painting originated in Bihar, where it was used to decorate the walls and floors of homes.
Black and White Traditional Madhubani Painting from India, "Village II"$149.99
Dressed in festive attires, people and animals rejoice as they celebrate life by dancing, centered by the image of a person riding a buffalo. Painting in the unique style of Madhubani art, Devendra Kumar Jha and his family preserve a millenary art form as they work with natural dyes on handmade paper.
Signed Madhubani Painting of Hindu Ganesha from India, "Vinayaka"$119.99
Paying homage to the Hindu god Ganesha, or Vinayaka, Devendra Kumar Jha works with family members to paint the deity in the traditional style of Madhubani paintings. Originating from India's Maithili village, this painting features an impressive level of intricacy and detail, finished with vibrant colors that express the artist's religious passion. The four-armed elephant-man Ganesha stands with one leg crossed over the other, surrounded by flowers and accompanied by a rat that rests underfoot.