Royal Celebration antique painting on canvas for elite class Flat and corporate office size 36 x 24 inch
- Indian Royal Celebration antique painting
- Material: Export Quality Cotton Fabric Canvas
- Size: 36 Inch x 24 Inch ..90 cm X 60 cm
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- Indian Miniature Mughal Painting
- Unframed miniature Painting
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Indian Royal Celebration antique painting
Indian Royal Celebration antique painting on canvas for elite class Flat and corporate office
Celebrations in India is equally diverse and multifaceted as compared to its multi-cultural population. This multi-lingual abode is known for its frequent indulgence in celebrations. As the country is tagged as a cosmopolitan society, you will always find some section of the population celebrating the spirit of festivity. At whatever time of the year you come, you are sure to witness one or two celebrations taking place at different parts of the country. This fun-loving country never prefers to compromise their celebrations in exchange for anything. Celebrations in India are generally categorized by regions and religions.
Diwali, the ancient Indian festival, has been celebrated for ages in various parts of the country with great enthusiasm and fun. With many religious significances associated with the festival, there are various ways of celebrating this festival too in different regions of India.
Miniature art or painting in little is a genre that focuses on art (especially painting, engraving and sculpture) with a long history that dates back to the scribes of the medieval ages. Miniature art societies, such as the World Federation of Miniaturists (WFM), provide applicable definitions of the term.
Miniature art has been made for over 1000 years and is prized by collectors. The U.S. White House, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Astolat Dollhouse Castle and museums around the world have collections of miniature paintings, drawings, original prints and etchings, and sculpture.
Miniatures are executed on a very small scale for books or albums on perishable material such as paper and cloth. The Palas of Bengal were the pioneers of miniature painting in India.