Kamal Talai with Cow in Miniature Plate by Mohan Prajapati


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Size : Small
Dimensions : H: 8(in) by W:8 (in)
Medium : Acrylic Colors on MDF Board

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Refined artist Mohan Prajapati's "Kamal Talai with Cow" is a captivating journey into the heart of Indian mythology, meticulously depicted through the intricate art of miniature painting. This exquisite artwork is a testament to the timeless fusion of Indian and Persian artistic styles that birthed the Mughal School of miniature painting. The painting portrays a scene rich with symbolism, where Lord Krishna, also known as Shrinathji, revels in the beauty of Kamal Talai, a lotus pond. The lotus, a potent symbol of purity in Hindu mythology, is beautifully rendered to signify the divine essence found in the muddiest of waters. As monsoon rains fall, Krishna finds delight amidst lotus blooms, immersing himself in the serenity of nature. The adorned cow in the painting is a sight to behold, its attire and ornaments symbolizing the festive occasion of Gopashtami, a day when Krishna officially took on the role of a cowherd or Gowala. This significant event marks the moment Krishna earned the title of "Govinda," the Lord of cows. Prajapati's work takes us on a visual journey back in time, to an era where miniature art thrived under the patronage of Mughal emperors such as Akbar and Jahangir.


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Artist

Mohan

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Mohan ji, who lives in Jaipur, has been painting since he was ten years old. He and his brother were taught by their father, who was also a miniature artist. He has now been painting for 40 years and has learned several genres of miniature art, including Mughal and Kangra, and has received numerous honours in Mughal miniature art. He has shown in New York, China (7/8 times), Bahrain, and other local venues. He received the state award in 2004 and the national award in 2007.

Miniature Paintings


  Gracious strokes artfully done with a single haired brush, marks the detailing in the renowned Miniature paintings. The genesis of the Mughal miniature painting is said to be one of the pivotal points of visual history of India. An extravagant and striking fusion of the Indian style, whose roots that go back to the 6th and 7th Centuries BCE, and the Safavid style of the Persian school gave birth to the Mughal School of miniature painting. Under the patronage of Mughal emperors like Akbar and Jahangir, miniature art became the primary mode of historical archiving. The visual splendour of courtly scenes, historic wars, secret trysts of lovers, tales from mythology, and much more were captured in detail by the many schools of miniature painting throughout India. An intricacy so fine that the painting cannot be viewed alone with naked eyes and needs magnifying glass to view the details. The vibrancy of the paintings were brought out by natural colours from indigo, precious stones, shells, pearls, real gold and silver. Towards the end of the 18th century, Mughal miniatures started losing their sheen with the loss of genuine patrons for the delicate artform. Yet, till date the schools of miniature painting continue to pass the traditional skills on, with Rajasthan holding on strongly to the artistic legacy of the Mughal miniature paintings.



Product Details

Title
Kamal Talai with Cow in Miniature Plate by Mohan Prajapati
Vendor
Mohan Prajapati
Art Style
Miniature Paintings
Medium
Acrylic Colors
Size
Small
Dimension
8 in(H) X 8 in(W)
Themes
Cows, Lotus, Leaves
Color
Red, Green, White
Country of Origin
Rajasthan, India
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