Indian Religious Folk Art Paintings(54 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 Religious Folk Art Paintings
Signed Madhubani Painting of Buddha from India, "Buddha at Peace"$97.99
In the Mahubani style, Indian artist Vidushini paints a portrait that celebrates Buddha. Surrounded by floral motifs against a turquoise background, Buddha is depicted in black and white with intricate linework. A yellow hue on Buddha's forehead reflects his inner enlightenment.
Madhubani is a traditional art form originating from the Mithila region of India. Historically reserved for women, this folk art style finds its roots in Hindu epics and symbolism that celebrates the harmony between nature and humanity.
Krishna and Radha-Themed Folk Art Painting from India, "Soul Mates"$49.99
The Hindu soulmates Krishna and Radha celebrate their love in this watercolor painting from India. Working in a folk art style, Shikha Kaistha paints this composition, depicting the romantic and divine duo against an abstract pink background as they gaze upon a majestic peacock together.
Signed Watercolor Painting of Radha and Rukhmani, "Radha and Rukhmani Union"$49.99
Sharing in their love for Lord Krishna, Radha and Rukhmani stare knowingly into each other's eyes in this painting from India. Working with watercolors in a folk art style, Shikha Kaistha paints this lovely composition, depicting the two bejeweled Hindu women against a leafy backdrop.
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.