Indian People and Portraits Madhubani(60 items)
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Popular Indian People and Portraits Madhubani
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.
Krishna and the Tree of Life Authentic Madhubani Painting, "Krishna and the Tree of Life"$79.99
The spreading branches of the Tree of Life are covered with verdant foliage. Leading villagers in its veneration, Krishna with his blue "cloud complexion" sings. Exploring the co-existence of living creatures with their environment, Devendra Kumar Jha paints the joyous scene in bold, jewel colors. He works with natural dyes on handmade paper to create a beautiful Madhubani folk art painting.
As each painting is an individual creation, each is unique. Colors and motifs may vary slightly from that pictured.
Ramayana Theme Signed India Madhubani Folk Art Painting, "The Resting Place"$114.99
Lying on the bare earth, Lord Rama rests on his journey into exile while his wife, Princess Sita, covers him with her veil. His brothers, Laksmana and Bharat accompany them, and Laksmana will stay for the coming twelve years. As the first son, Rama was heir to the kingdom of Ayodya. But the king's second wife, through treachery, forced him to crown her own son as king, and asked him to exile Rama and his Sita. The story comes from the Sanskrit Ramayana, or "Romance of Rama," the shorter of the Hindu tradition's two most famed epic poems. Devender Kumar Jha depicts the scene in a poignant Madhubani painting from India. He uses natural dyes on handmade paper.
Shiva and Parvati Hindu Madhubani Painting from India, "Ardhnareshwar - The Divine..."$119.99
Originating in the Mithila region of India, Madhubani is a traditional style of folk art typically reserved for women. It often celebrates Hindu themes, as well as the harmony between people and nature. Working in the Madhubani style, Vidushini paints this folk art composition, depicting the Hindu god Lord Shiva with his bride, the goddess Parvati. Depicted in green, Shiva holds a or trident in one hand, and a drum in the other. Parvati holds a lotus blossom and a conch shell in her hands. The loving couple is framed by snakes and natural motifs. Ardhnareshwar, or Ardhanarishvara, refers to Shiva and Parvati coming together to create one being.