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Anton Papo Original paintings
"I found Bali to be culturally rich, full of beautiful scenery and art."
"My parents wanted me to study medicine to have a better future, but I was more interested in drawing and art. That's where my spirit is. However, my parents said an artist didn't have a clear future. I... read more
Madhubani painting, "Peaceful Coexistence"$169.99
All living beings come together to celebrate around the Tree of Life. The tree is a worshipped icon in India – a symbol of life itself. Bharti Dayal depicts brilliant fish and birds with splendid plumage in a traditional Indian Madhubani painting.
As each painting is an individual creation, each is unique. Colors and motifs may vary slightly from that pictured.
Fish-Themed Madhubani Folk Art Painting from India, "Fish Sonata"$99.99
Among an intricate world of sea weed, colorful fish come together around a flower in this stunning Madhubani painting from India. Ambika Devi works with natural vegetable dyes on handmade paper to paint this vibrant composition that celebrates nature. Originating in the Mithila region of India, Madhubani art is often used to celebrate the beauty of nature, and is traditionally reserved for women.
Madhubani Fish Painting in Orange from India (14x14), "Fish Harmony"$69.99
In tones of black and orange, a school of fish swim in harmony in this traditional Madhubani painting from India. Devendra Kumar Jha and Family create this painting, working in a folk art style that originates from the Mithila region. From painting the composition to crafting the dyes and paper, every step in the process is done by hand.
Colorful Madhubani Painting of Ganesha from India., "Magnificent Ganesha"$164.99
By Indian artist Ambika Devi, this traditional Madhubani painting depicts the elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesha in all his magnificence. Holding a bowl of his favorite dessert, Ganesha is rendered with intricate motifs and vibrant colors, surrounded by a kaleidoscope of designs that are painted with natural vegetable dyes on handmade paper.