Peacock group in wilderness
Peacock, the national bird of India, gets appreciation from onlooker for its vivid colour combination. It finds its place in many paintings because of its beauty. In this painting also, artist has tried to bring the natural beauty of peacock living in wilderness.
The painting is made on old, used, paper postcard. It is worth for stamp collectors to have some in their collection. Moreover chances are there that you may find a good old story inscribed on postcard in form of a letter written to near or dear ones. It may be funny, serious or informative story.
Miniature paintings are paintings painted on paper, silk, cotton, marble, wood, canvas, leather, glass and metals. Its uniqueness is one hair brush, which is used for filling the fine details in the painting.
About the Painting School
Mughal Miniature painting school
Every painting is associated with a school. Nature has been depicted vividly in the rein of Emperor Jahangir by Mughal School of painting. The other school is Bundi School, where birds and animals find representation. This painting is associated with Mughal School of miniature painting. Use of natural colour scheme and no or less use of Golden colour associates it to Mughal and differentiate it from Bundi School of Miniature painting.
About the Master Craftsman
This painting is painted by Artist Gopal Lal Sharma. He hails from Jaipur, the Pink City. He has been awarded by Government of Rajasthan for his contribution to traditional miniature painting. In Jaipur, he practices this art with his wife and other students.
- Artist Name: Karkhana