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WATERCOLOURS ON PAPER.
INSPIRATION FROM TRADITIONAL RAJASTHANI PAINTING STYLE.
HAND-DRAWN IMAGE DIMENSION 45X72 CMS (17.7X28.3 INCHES)
A2 PRINT IMAGE DIMENSION 35.9X57.4 CMS (14.1X22.6 INCHES)
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"WELCOME THE DUSK" Watercolour painting on Imperial size (22 x 30 inches/ 76 x 60 cms), 300 gsm/140 lb. Arches Hot Pressed Watercolour paper. Inspired by the Rajasthani or Rajput style of traditional painting.

 

RAJASTHANI/MOGHUL PAINTING STYLE

As the name states, the origin of this style of painting originates from the royal states of Rajasthan and was prevalent during the late 16th century and early 17th century. The Mughals also ruled the princely states of Rajasthan at this time thus most of the schools of Rajput paintings reflected strong Mughal influence.

 

The main themes of Rajasthani paintings revolve around the stories from the great epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata, the life of Krishna, landscapes, and humans. Rajput paintings were also done on the walls of palaces, inner chambers of forts, Havelis, etc.

 

Colours used for the paintings were derived from minerals, plant sources, conch shells, precious stones, gold, silver, etc.

 

There were different schools and styles of Rajput paintings that emerged. Notable among them were Bikaner School, Bundi-Kota Kalam School, Jaipur School, Kishengarh School, Marwar School, Mewar School, and Ragamala School. Each of these evolved a distinctive style. However, similarities and common features can still be found in the paintings of the territories.

 

More painting in Rajasthani style is available from this website.

 

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