Black and White Paintings(25 items)
Welcome to the Black and White 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 Black and White Paintings
Signed Madhubani Painting of Three Trees from India, "Spring Bliss"$169.99
Add a love for spring folk art to your home with this Madhubani painting from India. Ambika Devi uses natural vegetable dyes on handmade paper to paint this intricate scene in black and red on beige. Three floral trees stand side-by-side in all their glory. Often used for celebrating nature, Madhubani paintings originate in the Mithila region of India, and were traditionally reserved for women.
Madhubani Painting of a Tree with Birds in Black and White, "Peacocks In Love"$139.99
A tree's branches are home to two elegant peacocks in this Madhubani painting, featuring an impressive level of detail. Devendra Kumar Jha works with natural dyes on handmade paper to create a joyous Madhubani painting in black and white. This traditional style of painting originates from India's Maithili village.
Black and White Madhubani Fish Painting from India, "Fish Glory"$154.99
Adding a touch of nature's glory to your home decor, this folk art painting by Devendra Kumar Jha and Family depicts an intricate school of fish in black and white. This painting is executed in the traditional style of Madhubani art, originating in the Mithila region of India and typically reserved for women.
Black and White Madhubani Painting of Krishna and Radha, "Krishna's Song II"$109.99
Seated in the riverbank, Krishna plays his flute to the delight of the herdswomen. Yet he has eyes only for Radha. Krishna is the Godhead of Hinduism. Radha was the most beloved of his consorts and his constant companion. Her love for Krishna represents a celestial, spiritual love. Working in the traditional Madhubani style, Devendra Kumar Jha and Family depict the scene in black and white.
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 and may vary slightly from that pictured.