Festival Time - Batik Painting II

Festival Time - Batik Painting II

$27.00 USD
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  • Product Code :5450
  • Material :Cotton Cloth
  • Size :33"H x 47"W
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The artist has painted a festive time on cotton cloth in this beautiful Batik painting. A lady is getting here nails painted by another one even as two beautiful peacocks are playing joyfully. Natural colours are nicely used here to give a pleasant impression. Yellow, red and black colours are nicely combined to create an overall impressive painting. Batik is an ancient art genre and it uses waxing and dewaxing method to create painting on cotton cloth. The technique is quite rigorous one as the final design must be conceived before the painting is started. A batik painter must have a thorough knowledge of colour pattern. He cannot separate one part of his design and complete it before moving on to the others as an artist in oils or water colour may; he must create his design in stages, each of which encompasses the whole picture. The selection of waxes is important to the quality of the finished batik. Paraffin and beeswax are the two waxes commonly used in batik and are usually combined in different proportions. This genre of painting celebrates the glory of colour and gaiety. Batik paintings are mostly centered on West Bengal, Orissa and Tamil Nadu in India and are known for their originality, uniqueness and finesse. Batik is the art of creating images on the cotton cloth using wax resist method. This kind of painting style involves three rigorous phases: waxing, dying and dewaxing and the method of waxing and again dewaxing give a spectacular spread on the painting.

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  • Product Code :5450
  • Material :Cotton Cloth
  • Size :33"H x 47"W

The artist has painted a festive time on cotton cloth in this beautiful Batik painting. A lady is getting here nails painted by another one even as two beautiful peacocks are playing joyfully. Natural colours are nicely used here to give a pleasant impression. Yellow, red and black colours are nicely combined to create an overall impressive painting. Batik is an ancient art genre and it uses waxing and dewaxing method to create painting on cotton cloth. The technique is quite rigorous one as the final design must be conceived before the painting is started. A batik painter must have a thorough knowledge of colour pattern. He cannot separate one part of his design and complete it before moving on to the others as an artist in oils or water colour may; he must create his design in stages, each of which encompasses the whole picture. The selection of waxes is important to the quality of the finished batik. Paraffin and beeswax are the two waxes commonly used in batik and are usually combined in different proportions. This genre of painting celebrates the glory of colour and gaiety. Batik paintings are mostly centered on West Bengal, Orissa and Tamil Nadu in India and are known for their originality, uniqueness and finesse. Batik is the art of creating images on the cotton cloth using wax resist method. This kind of painting style involves three rigorous phases: waxing, dying and dewaxing and the method of waxing and again dewaxing give a spectacular spread on the painting.

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