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Handmade Rajasthani Miniature Painting of orange and blue peacock

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Traditional Miniature Painting depicting the peacock, a symbol for peace. Handpainted. The practitioners of this art form possess extraordinary skills, creating highly detailed and elaborate paintings on a range of subjects. The detailing is so precise and minute that at times the artists use brushes with only a single bristle. The technique used is extremely refined, and requires tremendous patience to create every single piece of this art form. Best double framed in glass.
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  • Material Natural pigment blend in gum arabic on resin plates
  • Weight 500gm
  • Height 4.00inch
    Height 10.16cm
  • Width 6.00inch
    Width 15.24cm
  • Depth 0.10inch
    Depth 0cm

Disclaimer: Being handcrafted, the actual item may differ slightly from the image shown. This painting is sold without a frame. The framed image is for illustration only

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  • Highlights:

    Traditional Miniature Painting depicting the peacock, a symbol for peace. Handpainted. The practitioners of this art form possess extraordinary skills, creating highly detailed and elaborate paintings on a range of subjects. The detailing is so precise and minute that at times the artists use brushes with only a single bristle. The technique used is extremely refined, and requires tremendous patience to create every single piece of this art form. Best double framed in glass.

  • The story behind the art:

    Miniature paintings are small scale, highly detailed paintings on cloth, paper, or in modern times, on resin boards. They trace their origins back to at least the 9th century Persia. They gained popularity around the 12th century in India and grew bigger in format, with intricate detailing of the subjects chosen. The use of gold, silver, lapis lazuli gave them richness and opulence, and earned them the patronage of the royal courts. The palaces of the royals of Rajasthan and the Mughals were adorned by these paintings and they played an important part in preserving the history and heritage of Indian culture and society.

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    Returns accepted in case of the rare occurences of damage in transit, or, incorrect item shipped, only if requested within 48 hours of delivery
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