LAKE PALACE PAINTING
Item Description -
* Painting Size (inch) :- 9 by 12 inches
* Frame Size (inch) :- 13 by 16 inches
* Original/Reproduction :- Original
* Style :- Miniature
* Region of Origin:- Rajasthan (INDIA)
*Painting Surface:- Synthetic Ivory
*Quantity Type:- Single Piece Work
Product Description –
This is a very fine piece of Art painted on Synthetic Ivory. It is very rare find piece like this online but at ARTUDAIPUR we sell the best Miniature at the best prices. In the Painting, you can see a Beautiful Lake Palace situated in Udaipur in mid Of Water painted with very delicate work with squirrel hair brush. Only Natural Colors and Squirrel hair brushes are used to paint this masterpiece.
It is Painted on Synthetic Ivory and the Painting has also been Framed.
The work is very Detailed and very fine in this Painting.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE PAINTING
Lake Palace (formally known as Jag Niwas) is a former summer palace of the royal dynasty of Mewar, now turned into a hotel. The Lake Palace is located on the island of Jag Niwas in Lake Pichola, Udaipur, India, and its natural foundation spans 4 acres (16,000 m2).
The Lake Palace was built between 1743 and 1746 under the direction of the Maharana Jagat Singh II (62nd successor to the royal dynasty of Mewat) of Udaipur, Rajasthan as a summer palace. It was initially called Jagniwas or Jan Niwas after its founder.
The palace was constructed facing east, allowing its inhabitants to pray to Surva, the Hindu sun god, at the crack of dawn. The successive rulers used this palace as their summer resort, holding their regal durbars in its courtyards lined with columns, pillared terraces, fountains, and gardens.
The walls made of black and white marbles are adorned by semi-precious stones and ornamented niches. Gardens, fountains, pillared terraces and columns line its courtyards.
The palace was used as shooting place for several movies:
- 1959: Fritz Lang's The Tiger of Eschnapur and The Indian Tomb as palace of Chandra, the maharajah of the fictitious town of Eschnapur.
- 1983: the James Bond film Octopussy, as the home of titular character Octopussy (played by Maud Adams). It was also shot in the other palaces of Udaipur: Jag Mandir and Monsoon Palace.
· About US
We at ARTUDAIPUR, provide you with the best quality of Artwork. All our art work are of supreme quality and are painted with only squirrel hair brushes. All the surfaces that we paint on are accepted worldwide. We are creating and dealing in the Art line for the past 35 years.All the artwork that we have are genuine and the material that we paint on vary. We use a mixture of Natural Stone colors and Vegetable Colors, depending on the need of painting. Also physically we are located in Udaipur, Rajasthan (India).
Shipping Policy and Handling Time –
We ship our Art Works worldwide through India Economy Post and Fedex.
Normal Shipping we Provide is through India Post, but if you need the Artwork early then there would be
additional charges as then we would need to send through FedEx.
- Also the Art work would be shipped within 24 hours of Cleared Payment.
We accept returns within 14 days of buyer receiving the Art work.