Madhubani: Shiva Tandav
- Madhubani or Mithila art, is a renowned Indian Tribal Art form that is practiced in Mithila region of Bihar and the adjoining Terai region in Nepal.The word Madhubani literally means forest of honey. This art form is practiced mostly by women in the villages who have passed it onto their daughters over the course of multiple generations. Madhubani Art is traditionally based on mythological, folk themes and pastoral symbols. Madhubani paintings were traditionally done on freshly plastered mud walls and floors of huts, but now they are also done on cloth, handmade paper and canvas. Traditional artists still use their fingers, twigs or matchsticks to paint that they develop with organic pigments and dyes that are obtained from plant extracts in a tedious process.
- Following options are available to order :
- Original Art: 33x28.5 inch, if available. No framing options available for Original.
- Print on Archival Paper: 33x28.5 inch. High quality, imported archival paper used for best print results.
- Print on Canvas: 33x28.5 inch. High quality, imported canvas paper used for best print results.
- The texture and weight of the Print brings fine art reproductions one step closer to the originals but it may vary slightly from the Digital image.