Group of Stallions - Jaipur Miniature Painting

Group of Stallions - Jaipur Miniature Painting

$47.00
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  • Product Code :3854
  • Material :Water Colors on Paper
  • Size :6.75" x 6.75"
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Three well decorated stallions, white, gray and light black, are given spectacular touch in this Jaipur miniature painting. Minute treatment, strong patterns of colour, spectacular background make the miniature painting a marvelous one. Horses are considered proud possession by our ancient and medieval rulers. Such paintings are symbols of superb and skilled talent manifested by the Indian artists on palm leaves. Considering the small size of these paintings, palm leaves, the images drawn were comparatively small in size and colored as well. The intricate and detailed work involved in developing a miniature painting is worth great appreciation and value. Such miniature paintings have a long history of glory dated back to as old as the 11th and 12th century. This genre of painting got prominence under the mighty Mughal rulers, who were great patrons of art and painting.

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  • Product Code :3854
  • Material :Water Colors on Paper
  • Size :6.75" x 6.75"

Three well decorated stallions, white, gray and light black, are given spectacular touch in this Jaipur miniature painting. Minute treatment, strong patterns of colour, spectacular background make the miniature painting a marvelous one. Horses are considered proud possession by our ancient and medieval rulers. Such paintings are symbols of superb and skilled talent manifested by the Indian artists on palm leaves. Considering the small size of these paintings, palm leaves, the images drawn were comparatively small in size and colored as well. The intricate and detailed work involved in developing a miniature painting is worth great appreciation and value. Such miniature paintings have a long history of glory dated back to as old as the 11th and 12th century. This genre of painting got prominence under the mighty Mughal rulers, who were great patrons of art and painting.

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