The Fish Chorus

SKU: B1361

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Specification
  • Product Code :B1361
  • Material :Handmade Paper
  • Size :22.50"H x 15"W
Description

Exalting nature's harmony, the painting depicts a smaller fish swimming in same directions. It is being made in the tattoo style of Madhubani. A colorful piece to celebrate the respect for all life forms.

Mithila, the centre of this form of painting, is a scholastic and cultural center in ancient



India that traces its artistic lineage from epic times. Mithila paintings, alternately called Madhubani, are a folk tradition kept alive by women in northern Bihar. Together, they draw traditional designs and depict events from epic mythology on the floors and walls of their houses using crushed wet rice and natural colors on 100% cotton fabric. From this age old tradition stemmed the practice of drawing Mithila paintings on a canvas of handmade paper or pure mulberry silk fabric, using natural colors and fabric dyes. Brushes, sharpened reeds and pen nibs are used to draw the designs and figurations.

Description

Specification
  • Product Code :B1361
  • Material :Handmade Paper
  • Size :22.50"H x 15"W
Description

Exalting nature's harmony, the painting depicts a smaller fish swimming in same directions. It is being made in the tattoo style of Madhubani. A colorful piece to celebrate the respect for all life forms.

Mithila, the centre of this form of painting, is a scholastic and cultural center in ancient



India that traces its artistic lineage from epic times. Mithila paintings, alternately called Madhubani, are a folk tradition kept alive by women in northern Bihar. Together, they draw traditional designs and depict events from epic mythology on the floors and walls of their houses using crushed wet rice and natural colors on 100% cotton fabric. From this age old tradition stemmed the practice of drawing Mithila paintings on a canvas of handmade paper or pure mulberry silk fabric, using natural colors and fabric dyes. Brushes, sharpened reeds and pen nibs are used to draw the designs and figurations.

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