Animal Themed 20 to 36 Inch Paintings(306 items)
Welcome to the Animal Themed 20 to 36 Inch Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Devendra Kumar Jha and Family Madhubani paintings
My mother, who is a state award winner in Madhubani, the painting style that I use, was my mentor."
Popular Animal Themed 20 to 36 Inch Paintings
Authentic Madhubani Painting Fish and Peacocks, "Happy Coexistence III"
Colorful fish form the plumage of two splendid peacocks. Celebrating the unity of all living creatures, Bharti Dayal creates a joyous and fanciful work of art. Using vegetable dyes and acrylics on handmade paper, she works in the traditional style of Madhubani in the state of Bihar. The intricate motifs are dawn freehand.
Signed Surrealist Painting of Two Hornbills from Thailand, "A Couple"
Sitting side-by-side, two faithful hornbills are the subject of this painting from Thailand. Rawat Vongla paints this composition, framing the avian duo in a surrealist scene of flowers, fruits, and arches. Says the artist, "Hornbills are regarded as a symbol of true love. You could say that the female cannot live without the male. Hornbills will not pair with a new partner. If the male dies or is poached, the female and babies may starve to death. I believe in this kind of love. They cause happiness in our nature."
Colorful Madhubani Painting of Ganesha from India., "Magnificent Ganesha"
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.
Fish-Themed Madhubani Folk Art Painting from India, "Fish Sonata"
Among an intricate world of sea weed, colorful fish come together around a flower in this stunning Madhubani painting from India. Ambika Devi works with natural vegetable dyes on handmade paper to paint this vibrant composition that celebrates nature. Originating in the Mithila region of India, Madhubani art is often used to celebrate the beauty of nature, and is traditionally reserved for women.