The Art Of Bundi Miniature Painting was an important school of the Rajasthani style that lasted from the 17th to the end of the 19th century in the princely state of Bundi ruled by the Hadoti Rajputs.
The Art Of Bundi Miniature Painting is a piece of art that will make a statement in your home or office. This portrait is hand-painted on paper from Rajasthan, India. The artist has added traditional Indian patterns and motifs to the painting for an extra special touch.
The Art of Bundi School of painting did have a close relationship with the Mughal style, but they never abandoned their own creative input. The delicacy and undeniable mesmerizing personalities of the Mughal style were always present.
There are a lot of unique features in the Bundi style of painting which involves Mughal, Deccani, and the Baramasa. One example of this that is often depicted is Krishna Lila. Besides these other notable themes, they are often depicted come in the form of historical narratives, such as tales from Mahabharata or Vishnu Purana.
The art of Bundi painting stems from the Rajasthani school of Indian miniature painting, which originated in the princely state of Bundi. The art is represented by fine paintings on stretched handmade paper with a dyed linen canvas as its surface.
These miniature paintings are crafted with meticulous details and brushwork. They are painted with colors that are essentially made from minerals and vegetables, precious stones.
We have been working with Bundi miniature painting for over 30 years across our various collection stories.
The Art of Bundi is a miniature painting that was created for sale in a private collection. It is about the young girl’s adventures in the forest, and how she found friendship, courage, and love through her travels. This miniature painting invites people to enjoy its beauty and reminds them of their own personal journey as well.
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