Multicolor Hinduism Paintings(113 items)
Welcome to the Multicolor Hinduism 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 Multicolor Hinduism Paintings
Colorful Madhubani Painting of Ganesha from India., "Magnificent Ganesha"$164.99
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.
Signed Folk Art Painting of the Hindu Goddess Radha, "Divine Love"$49.99
Hindu goddess of love and devotion, Radha is the subject of this painting by Indian artist Shikha Kaistha. Working with watercolor in a folk art style, she captures the profile of Radha against an abstract floral background as she poses with a majestic peacock.
Shiva and Parvati Hindu Madhubani Painting from India, "Ardhnareshwar - The Divine..."$117.99
Originating in the Mithila region of India, Madhubani is a traditional style of folk art typically reserved for women. It often celebrates Hindu themes, as well as the harmony between people and nature. Working in the Madhubani style, Vidushini paints this folk art composition, depicting the Hindu god Lord Shiva with his bride, the goddess Parvati. Depicted in green, Shiva holds a or trident in one hand, and a drum in the other. Parvati holds a lotus blossom and a conch shell in her hands. The loving couple is framed by snakes and natural motifs. Ardhnareshwar, or Ardhanarishvara, refers to Shiva and Parvati coming together to create one being.
Signed Folk Art Painting of Radha and Krishna from India, "Eternal Love"$49.99
Inspired by the great Hindu love story between Krishna and Radha, Indian artist Shikha Kaistha paints this composition. She works with watercolors on handmade paper in a folk art style, depicting the romantic and divine duo side-by-side in beautiful colors and designs.