Traditional Paintings For Home Decor
Traditional paintings have always fascinated art enthusiasts. They bring about just the right amount of cultural vibe, and are reminiscent of the rich heritage we all share. Each painting has a story to tell, a significance that makes it special. Add a dose of vibrancy, colours, and traditions to your surroundings with these beautiful paintings.
Digital Reprints of Traditional Paintings For Home-Decor
1. Rajasthani Village Painting
This beautiful painting depicts the culture of having to cover large distances to draw water, in a drought-prone state, Rajasthan. Two women in traditional attire are showcased in a rural set-up, from the colourful state. The painting is a digital reprint made using synthetic materials. It comes with a frame, without a glass covering. The painting has a matte finish, which makes it smooth and appealing.
SAF Vintage Rajsthani Village Large Synthetic Framed UV Digital Reprint Painting (14 inch x 20 inch) SANFM5671 (Multicolor)
2. Kerala Mural Art Painting
Kerala is known for the largest collection of murals based on ancient Hindu mythology. Most of these artworks date back to 15th-19th centuries and are known around the globe for their fineness and artistic perfection. This painting comes with a pure cotton canvas, tinted matte earthly colours, and is easy to clean. Delve into the mesmerising mural art from the God's Own Country with this durable artwork.
Inephos Unframed Canvas Painting - Kerala Mural Art Wall Painting for Living Room, Bedroom, Office, Hotels, Drawing Room (Multicolour, 91cm X 61cm, Abstract)
3. Raja Ravi Varma Canvas Painting
Raja Ravi Varma, a renowned artist from the yesteryears, in this painting, has painted a gorgeous character from Mahabharata, Damayanti. The damsel here is speaking to the royal swan about her beloved Nala, the king of Nishadha kingdom. The oil-based premium ink used in creating the digital print of this masterpiece is eco-friendly and non-toxic. The ultra-thin gloss finish adds on the beauty of this artwork. The polyester-cotton fabric canvas too is durable and is of high quality. Let the mythology adorn your walls!
Tamatina Academic Art Canvas Painting | Hamsa Damyanthi | Raja Ravi Verma Classic Indian Painting for Home décor|Size - 13X9 Inches.d63
4. Goddess Saraswati painting
Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of music, knowledge, art, speech, wisdom, and learning. In this artwork, she is seated on a lotus along with peacock, her carrier, and is playing the veena. The painting is a complete set and comes with a matte finish frame, ready to be hung. To avoid glare, it doesn't have a glass covering. Spread positivity in your home or workplace with this pious painting.
ArtX Paper Goddess Saraswati Devi Maa Traditional Wall Art Painting, Photo Frame Multicolor, Traditional, 13X13 in, Set of 1
5. Bengali Couple- Kalighat Painting
Kalighat is an ancient form of painting that originated in Kolkata's iconic Kalighat Kali Temple, during the 19th century. These were traditionally made by rural migrants on mill-made paper using watercolours. This painting shows a regular Bengali couple in their household. It has been made on a recyclable cotton canvas using eco-friendly ink. Add a little Bengali flavour to your place with this artwork.
Tamatina Kalighat Art Canvas Painting | Bengali Couple | Traditional Art Unframed Painting for Home décor|Size - 13X10 Inches.e29
How to clean art prints at home?
- Superficial cleaning: Tap the painting gently to remove any accumulated loose dirt.
- Vacuum cleaner with soft bristle brush: To remove dirt, dismantle it using a soft bristle brush. Use a vacuum cleaner to collect these particles.
- Damp cloth: In case of stubborn stains, gently rub the painting with a cotton swab or a micro-fibre cloth damped in warm water. Place the painting in direct sunlight to dry it quickly.
- High absorbent food items: Clean your artwork by gently rubbing it with food items such as bread (removed crust) or peeled potato slices. You can also apply drops of lemon juice on the affected area. Remove the residuals using a soft brush.
- Cotton and spirit: Dip a cotton swab in spirit, petrol, or alcohol and gently rub it over the affected areas for cleaning. However, some chemical inks react with spirit; check on a small area first.
- Professional cleaners: You can also clean your painting using cleaners designed for oil paintings.
Traditional Paintings For Home Decor
|Product||Price in India|
|SAF Vintage Rajsthani Village Large Synthetic Framed UV Digital Reprint Painting (14 inch x 20 inch) SANFM5671 (Multicolor)||₹ 254|
|Inephos Unframed Canvas Painting - Kerala Mural Art Wall Painting for Living Room, Bedroom, Office, Hotels, Drawing Room (Multicolour, 91cm X 61cm, Abstract)||₹ 1,399|
|Tamatina Academic Art Canvas Painting | Hamsa Damyanthi | Raja Ravi Verma Classic Indian Painting for Home décor|Size - 13X9 Inches.d63||₹ 348|
|ArtX Paper Goddess Saraswati Devi Maa Traditional Wall Art Painting, Photo Frame Multicolor, Traditional, 13X13 in, Set of 1||₹ 357|
|Tamatina Kalighat Art Canvas Painting | Bengali Couple | Traditional Art Unframed Painting for Home décor|Size - 13X10 Inches.e29||₹ 248|
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