+91 78 998 82277
Deeply nuanced with clearly outlined features, this miniature painting offers a realistic appearance. It illustrates an emperor sitting on a royal throne in an open air setting amidst refreshing nature. He is being served by two lady attendants and a male attendant.
The artwork is enhanced with a lustrous border interspersed with gold foil. This art of incorporating gold leaf is inspired by the ancient Persian palette, where it was often used to embellish the borders of manuscript leaves.
Marked by graceful lines and delicate brushwork, the miniature paintings of India have a glorious history, providing an artistic intimacy. They are not just meant to be observed, but read from top to bottom like a story.
Dating back to the 7th Century in India, the miniature painting style went through several transformations, from the use of simple and subdued tones to showing exaggerated physical traits and bold colours. The art of Miniature Painting truly flourished under the patronage of the Mughals in the 16th century, depicting artistic excellence along with the richness of colour effects. The most notable traditions of miniature paintings are of Mughal, Rajasthani, Pahari and Deccani courts. Themes included portraits, court scenes, devotion, nature, mythology, poetry and love.
An extremely nuanced art form, the finer details in miniatures are painted with brushes made of squirrel hair. All the works under this genre are reflective of the intensive combined effort of the artisans. The face being the most important part, is typically executed by the master artist.
|Size:||15 x 11 inches|
|Medium:||Miniature Painting on Paper|
This item has been added to your Wish List.
Are you sure you want to delete this item from your Wish List?
Copyright © 2017 Artisera
GET 25% OFF
ON YOUR NEXT PURCHASE
No Thank ! I'm not interested in this promotion
Entering your email also subscribe you to the latest Sunshine furniture news and offers *