Handmade Making Rangoli Oil Painting On Canvas
Handmade Making Rangoli Oil Painting On Canvas
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An art form that unites Indians across the subcontinent is Rangoli. Beautiful geometric, natural, and stylistic patterns are drawn in the courtyard of households, signifying the celebration of a festival or auspicious occasion. Two young girls are seen immersed in the process of making a rangoli while their mother oversees the task, standing at the threshold of their house. From the black stone masonry and the ornament and attire of the lady, it can be deduced that this oil painting hails from the western state of Maharashtra. The outer walls of the house are constructed with black stones, used in buildings of Pune and surrounding areas. The mother, the central image in this painting is wearing a Marathi Paithani silk sari in bright reddish-orange color with a green pallu (end piece) adorned by two peacocks and traditional motifs drawn in a glittering gold shade. That she is married can be identified by her adornment- in the parting of her hair, we can see a single line of vermillion (an attribute of married Hindu women) and a red bindi (auspicious dot in red color) on her forehead.

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An art form that unites Indians across the subcontinent is Rangoli. Beautiful geometric, natural, and stylistic patterns are drawn in the courtyard of households, signifying the celebration of a festival or auspicious occasion. Two young girls are seen immersed in the process of making a rangoli while their mother oversees the task, standing at the threshold of their house. From the black stone masonry and the ornament and attire of the lady, it can be deduced that this oil painting hails from the western state of Maharashtra. The outer walls of the house are constructed with black stones, used in buildings of Pune and surrounding areas. The mother, the central image in this painting is wearing a Marathi Paithani silk sari in bright reddish-orange color with a green pallu (end piece) adorned by two peacocks and traditional motifs drawn in a glittering gold shade. That she is married can be identified by her adornment- in the parting of her hair, we can see a single line of vermillion (an attribute of married Hindu women) and a red bindi (auspicious dot in red color) on her forehead.

Rangoli Oil Paintings: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/paintings/making-rangoli-handmade-painting-paa475/

Oil Paintings: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/paintings/oils/

Indian Art: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/

#indianart #rangolipainting #oilpainting #paintingsoncanvas #art #handmadepaintings #canvaspainting #paintings #canvasoilpainting