Pescado Raas Madhubani Pintura
Pescado Raas Madhubani Pintura
Pescado Raas Madhubani Pintura
Pescado Raas Madhubani Pintura

Pescado Raas Madhubani Pintura

Colorful Mithila Art by a State-Awardee Madhubani Artist | 11 in x 7.5 in

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Los peces simbolizan la fertilidad y la procreación, la prosperidad y la buena suerte.

Este raas de pescado vibrante y colorido está pintado a mano por un auténtico y galardonado artista Madhubani de Bihar. El pescado en cualquier forma de arte representa la armonía de los elementos de la naturaleza y es un símbolo de la fertilidad, la procreación y la prosperidad. Se muestra el patrón concéntrico de peces sobre un fondo rojo brillante en este estilo kacchani del arte Madhubani se refleja el estado de ánimo de celebración y abundancia.

  • Esta pintura seguramente agregará un toque de belleza cultural a los hogares de todos los patrocinadores de Madhubani.
  • Recompénsate con ideas asombrosas sobre los ricos pensamientos del artista cuando exploras este arte hermoso y estético.
* Cuanto más fina es la obra de arte, más valor agrega a las pinturas.

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A traditional art form created by the women of Mithila region in Bihar. This region is beautifully set between the lower ranges of the Himalayas and the River Ganga, and lies in the district of Madhubani; and thus these paintings are also popular as Madhubani paintings.

As the story goes, King Janak employed some local women to decorate the walls and floors of his palace as part of the grand arrangements, for his daughter Sita's wedding with Rama!

Down the centuries, the women of Mithila have kept this tradition alive by painting the walls and floors of their houses for festivals and ceremonies like child birth or marriage. Big, bulging, fishlike eyes, sharp nose and double-bordered figures sets this art form completely distinct and unique. Read more

Image Credits: Madhubani Postal Stamp of India | GODL, Madhubani decorated Indian Railways Train | CC BY-SA 4.0