Spiritual Madhubani Paintings(25 items)
Welcome to the Spiritual Madhubani Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Spiritual Madhubani Paintings
Beautiful piece of original artwork
Just amazing the colours and has framed up beautifully. I love it . Reminds me of my holiday to India.
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 Spiritual Madhubani Paintings
Signed Madhubani Colorful Fish Painting from India, "Fish Harmony"$97.99
In this brilliant manifestation of the vibrant tradition of Madhubani paintings, Indian artist Ambika Devi portrays the harmony of the fishes, who live cheerfully among the gracefully blooming buds as they bond together to sing the song of joy and friendship. The artisan uses stunning shades of green, blue, brown, pink, red, black and orange vegetable dyes to create the delightful motifs on handmade paper.
Madhubani painting, "Krishna's Serenade"
A melodious bird sings to the tunes of Krishna's mystical flute as he serenades his beloved Radha. Beautiful and coy, she holds a flower as she listens with devoted rapture. Working with natural dyes on handmade paper, Devendra Kumar Jha and Family paint a scene of everlasting love in the style of Madhubani paintings.
Madhubani painting, "Krishna with His Cattle"$129.99
Lord Krishna tends to two gentle cows as he plays a message of peace on his flute. His beloved Radha and the milkmen's wives follow him, entranced by his sweet music. Devendra Kumar Jha and his family paint the pastoral scene in the traditional Madhubani style. Using vegetable dyes on handmade paper, they perpetuate an ancestral art form.
As each painting is an individual creation, each is unique. Colors and motifs may vary slightly from that pictured.
Indian Madhubani Painting, "Fun With Krishna"$94.99
Village women listen, enthralled, as Lord Krishna plays his flute. Devendra Kumar Jha and Family depict the Hindu lord in his blue "cloud complexion." They paint the elegant scene in the traditional Madhubani style, using vegetable dyes on handmade paper. Thus slight variations in colors and motifs can be expected.