Buy Rao Ram Singh of Kota Hunting Rhinoceros Miniature Painting. Umed Singh was the patron of the Kota School of Painting. The Kota school of painting is one of the finest examples of this technique. Kota paintings are known for their depiction of nature and hunting scenes. Painting comprises a very integral part of the Rajasthani culture.
This term refers to painting from the small court of Kota from the seventeenth century to the nineteenth century. The Mughals established Kota as an independent state from Bundi to be ruled by a branch of the family in 1631 and stylistically, the early art of Kota followed the Bundi model and concentrated on Ragamala and Baramasa painting.
As it flourished in the eighteenth century there was a marked increase in the production of hunting scenes – tigers prowling dense jungles of tightly composed foliage, with hunters interspersed between the trees. The figures have a ruddier complexion in comparison to Bundi painting, with sculpturally modeled features.
Whether you are looking for art, an original piece of artwork, or a collectible item to add to your gallery, you will find the perfect gift in our store. All our products are designed and crafted by hand with the finest materials. We offer an amazing array of Indian artworks, including paintings, sculptures and more!
Free shipping on all orders to India. Buy “Rao Ram Singh of Kota Hunting Rhinoceros Miniature Painting” Today. Happy shopping!