Balaji Tanjore Paintings
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Country of Origin: India
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Tanjore Paintings are a form of art prevalent in Tamil Nadu and named after the town of Tanjore or Thanjavur.
Tanjore painting ranks among the greatest traditional art forms for which India is noted worldwide, these has a unique place in the history of Indian painting, in that it houses the 11th century Chola wall paintings in the Brihadeeswarar temple. Thanjavur paintings continue to be made even to the present day, These paintings, although originally made on wooden planks and then on cloth canvas backed by a wooden frame, were adapted onto fabrics especially South Indian silk textiles. Artists have taken this old form of art and over the years combined it with other styles to create mixed media arts. Tanjore paintings are also done on mirrors, glass and canvas. The idea of applying gold foil is unique to this traditional art, so this same style is taken and recreated on different mediums.
This Painting is 100% handmade made, Made by Traditional artists dedicated for Tanjore Paintings.
Perfect place for Pooja rooms & Doors, Home Main Entrance, Office reception, Staircase wall, Study room etc.
Beautiful gift for any auspicious occasion.
Frame: Made of Teak wood, which is light weight, strong and durable. It has classy finish.
Materials: 22 Carat Original Gold Foils, Water Resistant Plywood, Cloth, paints, authentic Jaipur gem stones.
Type: Tanjore Painting
Dimensions (In Inches): 15×12 Without Frame
18×15 With Frame( customization can be done )
The materials used in this paintings are high quality can be carried for generations to generations with little care
A gentle wiping and dusting is required to keep the piece as attractive as a new one.
Disclaimer: The paintings are the property of the artist. We do not claim or take credit for the painting or it's design in any case.
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Take some fresh lemon juice.
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Leave it for 5 mins.
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Keep it in a cotton or silk pouch.