A pot of Flowers, KISHANGARH PAINTING BY SHEHZAAD ALI SHERANI
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The painting depicts the spring season, or the basant ritu. The protagonists of the painting are Radha and Krishna, who have plucked different coloured flowers and are now arranging them in a pot. They are surrounded by numerous green and orange trees. There is a hint of river flowing in the background. While a river full of bloomed lotuses is in their front.
One of the well known Pichwai artists from Kishangarh, Shehzad Ali Sherani is the recipient of many awards like the State Award, the Rajasthan Lalit Kala Academi Commendation certificate and more. He has been practicing Pichwai and Kishangarh art for many years and learnt under the expert guidance of Padmashri Kripal Singh Shekhawat.
Kishangarh painting, 18th-century school of the Rājasthanī style of Indian painting that arose in the princely state of Kishangarh (central Rājasthān state). The school is clearly distinguished by its individualistic facial type and its religious intensity