Material : HANDEMADE PAPER
Dimension : L-22in W-30in
Introducing the captivating "Kohber Red and Green Madhubani Painting," a stunning artwork that beautifully showcases the vibrant colors and intricate designs of the Kohber motif in the traditional Madhubani art style. This painting, measuring L-22in (length) and W-30in (width), offers a substantial size that allows for an immersive visual experience. The Kohber Red and Green Madhubani Painting features a mesmerizing interplay of red and green hues, creating a visually striking contrast. The artist skillfully incorporates fine lines, geometric patterns, and symbolic elements to bring the artwork to life. The motifs represent nature, fertility, and auspiciousness, reflecting the cultural and spiritual significance of Madhubani art. This handmade painting exemplifies the meticulous craftsmanship and rich symbolism of Madhubani art. The attention to detail, intricate designs, and vibrant color choices reflect the artistic mastery and cultural heritage associated with this ancient art form. The painting invites viewers to explore the depths of the Kohber motif and appreciate its unique beauty and symbolism. The Kohber Red and Green Madhubani Painting is a captivating addition to any art collection or a focal point in your home or office. Its larger dimensions make it a statement piece that commands attention and creates a sense of intrigue. Whether displayed on a wall or placed in a prominent area, this painting will undoubtedly evoke a sense of fascination, appreciation for intricate artistry, and admiration for the cultural heritage of Madhubani.
Country of Origin - India
ABOUT Roots Tale
The rationale behind RootsTale: The Inspiration and the Birth As a woman journalist for over 20 years, I worked for media houses, public radio broadcaster and as an independent documentary film maker. All these exposed me to the beautiful stories of grassroots artisans from different parts of India. These stories, starting from their learning process of such wonderful art form through their parents and grandparents and then to become full-fledged art producers and their journey to getting exposed to local markets fascinated me tremendously. During my interaction, one common challenge I found... Read More