Floral Paintings $60 to $100(22 items)
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Vidushini Madhubani paintings
"Though I have not had any formal training, it was not difficult for me take up this art. I have inherited it from my culture, and it feels great. I take pride in it."
“Hi friends, I am Vidushini. It’s been 14 years now since I first joined Novica. Everyone liked my painting and encouraged me to pursue it professionally. That is when I happened to learn about Novica and the great opportunity it provided for upcoming artists and... read more
Popular Floral Paintings $60 to $100
Signed Realist Hummingbird Painting from Guatemala, "Sweet Nectar"$69.99
Displaying beautiful feathers of blue and green, a charming hummingbird feeds from a pink flower in this painting by Guatemalan artist Paula Nicho Cumez. Says the artist, "Nature is a marvelous thing that God has gifted us, inspiring me to create these pieces. I love transferring the beauty and splendor that nature offers us everyday." in Spanish.
Signed India Madhubani Folk Art Painting in Green and Red, "Tree of Life II"$99.99
All of nature exists in harmony, as can be seen in this Tree of Life painting in green and red. Flowers bloom on its generous branches and colorful birds find shelter there. Vidushini works in India's traditional Madhubani style, painting the idyllic images on handmade paper.
Acrylic Painting from Thailand, "Full Moon Night"$79.99
The full moon is golden as it drifts above a pipal tree, or Indian fig. Poles support the venerable branches, for the tree is considered sacred. Buddha achieved enlightenment while meditating beneath such a tree, which became known as a or "enlightened" tree. Some such trees in Thailand are said to derive from cuttings of the original bodhi and people use stakes to prop its branches. Parinya Nanjai's reverent painting is framed in rain tree wood.
Traditional Indian Madhubani Painting of Parrots and Birds, "Jovial Parrots"$99.99
This jovial composition by Vidushini exalts the millenary style of Madhubani painting. Parrots sing and play together among florid branches as Vidushini paints with a palette of vibrant acrylic colors. Madhubani painting, alternately called Mithila painting, is a folk tradition kept alive by women in northern Bihar. They draw traditional designs and depict events from epic stories and mythology on the floors and walls of their houses. Humans, animals, birds and flowers occupy the main theme of Madhubani painting to show the perfect harmony between humankind and our environment.