Gogunda Festival Celebration Finest Procession Painting Wedding Art Work
Artwork Description -
* Painting Size (inch) :- 20.0 by 28.0 inches
* Original/Reproduction :- Original
* Style :- Miniature
* Region of Origin:- Rajasthan (INDIA)
*Painting Surface:- Wasli Paper
*Quantity Type:- Single Piece Work
This is a very fine piece of Art painted on Wasli Paper .
Wasli Paper - Wasli, also referred to as wasli paper, is a type of handmade paper used specifically for painting miniatures. It was devised in India, in the 10th century, and figures widely in Mughal-era painting. Wasli is an acid-free paper and it has archival qualities. Paper-eating insects cannot eat it because of a poison copper sulphate (Neela Thootha) used its preparation. The glue typically used to paste sheets together is also acid-free, being made out of cooking flour. In today's era only a very few artists can paint on Wasli Paper. Also Art Works painted on Wasli Paper lasts Life Long.
In the art work the Royal Rajput Family is celebrating Indian Festival at the Royal Gogunda palace. The art is painted by a group of 4 Master Artist's and is a very exclusive piece of Indian Miniature art. It took around 4 months to paint this fine piece. It is a Catalog Miniature Painting placed at the City Palace Museum Udaipur. More than 300 tiny and fine figures have been painted inside the Miniature art work. Currently only a few artists can paint a fine and exclusive painting like this one. The art work is also mentioned in the book written by Andrew Topsfield, Paintings of Mewar Court Life.
Around 75 Days of of Work and more than 3000 hour of work has Gone in Painting an Exquisite Work of Indian Art
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