Multicolor Folk Art Paintings(100 items)
Welcome to the Multicolor Folk Art Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Multicolor Folk Art Paintings
Source Of Life
This work by Manni Defgum is a wonderful piece of art. I am giving this to my friends who are from the state of Kerala in India for their wedding anniversary. The vibrance of Mannis painting is exquisite. I was attracted to this painting the moment I saw it. I know my friends who live in Ohio are going to be thrilled with this Madhubani art from their home country.
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 Multicolor Folk Art Paintings
Multicolor Cubist Original Painting of Birds and Flowers, "Cutout Birds"$1,294.99
Beginning with natural shapes, Goga distills them, reducing a bird to its visual essence. Her bright color closures meld the feathers with soft petals in the warm summer afternoon. Nature is a compelling muse for this talented Brazilian artist.
Titled "Recortando aves" in Portuguese.
Colorful Madhubani Folk Art Painting from Indian Artist, "Celebration of Life"$114.99
This jubilant painting from Indian artist Vidushini is done in the style of painting, a very old folk art that people in India once used to decorate the walls and floors of their homes. Colorful birds and fish seem to rejoice in nature's beauty in this cheerful and appealing work.
Signed Madhubani Painting of Two Fish from India, "Fish Union"$99.99
Among an intricate world of flowers, sea weed, and bright colors, two fish celebrate their eternal union at the center of 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.
Ganesha-Themed Madhubani Painting from India, "Trimuhkti Ganapati"$79.99
This depiction of a three-headed Ganesha from Hindu traditions is known as Each head represents a different or attribute of Ganesha, and are named Sattva, Raja, and Tamas. Indian artist Nitin Kumar Jha paints this intricate and reverent composition in the Madhubani style, a technique that explores themes of nature and Hinduism, traditionally reserved for women.