This is a beautiful Bharni (Fill in colours) style of Madhubani painting. This painting depicts a famous story from Krishna Leela, Krishna hiding away the clothes of Gopis. Outlines in the painting are done directly using a brush (There are no pencil sketches; no geometry tools like rounder or scale are used) and the textures are drawn using a nib dipped in acrylic colours. It originates from the Mithilanchal region of Bihar, India, also known as Mithila paintings.


Width: 57.5 cm

Height: 76.5 cm

Base: Paper

Colours: Acrylic
Framing: without a frame

Madhubani - Krishna Leela