Handmade Indian Miniature Bird Animal Painting Vintage India Ethnic Decor Rajasthani Art
The world of miniature paintings is the most fascinating and the distinctive styles that have existed . The miniature painting from India emerged from the influence of Mughal art. From the 16th century onwards there flourished different schools of paintings like the Mewar School, the Bundi-Kota kalam, the Jaipur, Bikaner, Kishengarh and Marwar schools.
Influenced by the surroundings, these paintings have their own unique styles. The hills and valleys, deserts, places and forts, gardens, court scenes, religious processions and those highlighting scenes from the life of Lord Krishna were the themes of these paintings. The Raagamala/ Ragini paintings and those based on Gita Govinda are treasures of Rajasthan.
It is widely believed that the miniature artists of Rajasthan were practicing and perfecting their art as early as the beginning of the 16th century and were later employed by the Mughal courts, especially by the Great Mughal emperor Akbar.
This stamp paper belong to the late period of 1910-1945. These stamp papers were used to make legal document. They belonged to various states Of India. These fine quality Indian Miniature Paintings Are Made on Stamp Paper depicting the rich Indian heritage.
This is a beautiful Indian handmade colorful miniature painting, painted in glowing mineral and vegetable watercolors on handmade Islamic script paper.
This Painting is an exquisite work of art from the western sate of Rajasthan, India.
Product: Miniature Painting
Material: Color from crushed stones on old paper
Work: Miniature - Unframed
Size: 9 Inches Wide X 12 Inches Tall
This is a rare painting from India. This is a original Handmade Painting - Not a Print.
The Painting is done on old manuscript paper with various had written scripts on back and front. It is stamped with an Official Seal of Maharaja of Rajasthan.