Black or Gray 20 to 36 Inch Paintings(26 items)
Welcome to the Black or Gray 20 to 36 Inch Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Black or Gray 20 to 36 Inch Paintings
"Silver Bo Tree"
Lovely! Well done and very original and aesthetic Can't wait to hang this up in my home. :). Highly recommended.
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 Black or Gray 20 to 36 Inch Paintings
Freehand India Madhubani Folk Art Painting in Grey and Black, "Ganesha’s Feast"$139.99
Ganesha, the beloved god with the head of an elephant, sits on a lotus throne with a mouse resting at his feet. A halo represents enlightenment as he feasts on his favorite dessert. Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Durga, two of the most powerful deities in Hindu belief. Ganesha is endowed with the power to keep control of occult forces that bring disaster upon humankind. Devendra Kumar Jha portrays him the ancient Madhubani style, drawing the intricate images freehand on handmade paper. Originating in northern Bihar, India, Madhubani painting was once used to decorate the floors and walls of homes. Life in harmony with nature is a popular theme for this art style.
As each painting is an individual creation, each is unique. Colors and motifs may vary slightly from that pictured.
Madhubani painting, "Fish Family"$129.99
Swimming together toward a central point, fish fill this exuberant painting by Devendra Kumar Jha. Fish are a symbol of fertility and abundance, and are considered one of the many avatars of Lord Vishnu. The people of Mithila believe that God created the sea and hence the fish appeared, the first living creatures on earth. The artist works in the traditional Madhubani style with colors derived from plants on handmade paper.
As each painting is an individual creation, each is unique. Colors and motifs can vary slightly from that pictured.
Original Buddha Painting on Canvas by Thai Artist, "Worship Buddha"$549.99
The talented artist Poovadol from Thailand evokes the legend of Buddha's ascent to Daowadung heaven in this original acrylic painting. Buddhist lore maintains that when Buddha and 500 saints traveled to Daowadung heaven, they were prevented from entering by Nantopanata, the chief of the nagas (mythical serpent-dragons). Only by outsmarting the creature and literally fighting fire with fire were Buddha and the 500 saints able to pass into heaven.