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Miniature Animal Painting on Old Indian Stamp Paper

Made In: India
Sku/Item #: 1026
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  • Original
  • Opaque Watercolor
  • Size: 12" x 8.75"
  • Made on 100 year old handmade stamp paper
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  • Product Information

    North India was highly influenced by the different rulers and artisans have captured the different era's with their work of art in these miniature paintings. The old stamp paper enhances the beautifual artwork by giving it a sense of old. Add these hand-painted work of are to your collection and make it as majestic as the elephants, horeses and camels that the artist painted.

    Elephant brings good luck and represents the "Pink City" commonly known as Jaipur

    Camel represents love and stands for the "Golden City" commonly known as Jaisalmer

    Horse represents power and stands for the "White City" commonly known as Udaipur

  • Where It Was Made

    Artisans in north India (Rajasthan and areas around Delhi) take a lot of care when making these fine pieces of art.

  • Who It Was Made By

    These beautiful handmade paintings are colorful but small in size and the detail in the work is what makes them unique.   Artisans like Manoj, have been making these in different forms from the time of the Mughals, Muslim kings of the Deccan and Malwa as well as the Hindu Rajas of Rajasthan. Infact, the introduction of Persian tradition in the Miniature paintings of India was made by the Mughals.