Indian People and Portraits(195 items)
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Popular Indian People and Portraits
Hand Carved Kadam Wood Sculpture of Buddha from India, "Buddha at Rest"$57.99
A hardworking artisan from India, Ashish Mehta works with a single piece of locally-collected kadam wood, carving it by hand to depict Buddha in a resting pose atop a lotus flower. This serene sculpture is sure to bring an air of tranquility to any home.
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.
Hindu Goddess Theme Madhubani Painting of Lakshmi, "The Goddess of Prosperity"$39.99
Lovely Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, stands on lotus petals. In two hands she holds lotus blossoms, another holds a water jar, and one hand reaches outward in a gesture of generosity. Lakshmi is the wife of Lord Vishnu and is the goddess of prosperity, purity, chastity and generosity.The Hindu deity comes to life in a colorful Madhubani painting by Devendra Kumar Jha, who draws each meticulous detail freehand. Originating in northern Bihar, Madhubani painting was once used to decorate the floors and walls of homes.
As each painting is an individual creation, each is unique. Colors and motifs may vary slightly from that pictured.
Colorful Madhubani Painting of Ganesha from India., "Magnificent Ganesha"$167.99
By Indian artist Ambika Devi, this traditional Madhubani painting depicts the elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesha in all his magnificence. Holding a bowl of his favorite dessert, Ganesha is rendered with intricate motifs and vibrant colors, surrounded by a kaleidoscope of designs that are painted with natural vegetable dyes on handmade paper.