Madhubani painting, 'One with Nature I' - Traditional Madhubani Folk Art Painting Curate

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One with Nature I Traditional Madhubani Folk Art Painting

Bharti Dayal celebrates life's natural harmony in the ancient style of Madhubani... more

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Bharti Dayal celebrates life's natural harmony in the ancient style of Madhubani painting. She mixes vegetable dyes with acrylics to paint a luscious tree of life on handmade paper. Colorful birds nest on the leafy branches while fish swim up the tree's trunk and among the roots as peacocks nest under the leafy branches. Traditionally painted by women from Mithila on the walls and floor of their homes, Madhubani paintings usually depict ancient mythological themes.

Bharti Dayal signs her name on the back.

  • 0.11 kgs
  • 0.2 lbs
  • 57 cm W x 77 cm H
  • 22.5" W x 30.5" H

  • Vegetable dyes and acrylics on handmade paper
  • Arrives unframed
  • Signed by the artist
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in India.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in India

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Bharti Dayal

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I love my painting! The detail is amazing. The patience and steady hand it must take to do this type work shows the love you have for your craft. Continue to paint...I look forward to buying more of your beautiful art.



The paintings I have purchased provide a visual feast that I enjoy every day. Being a painter myself, I enjoy the bright colors and depictions chosen by Bharti. It is a pleasure to share your ideas visualized in your work.