This beautiful Madhubani painting is a combination of the Kachani (Drawing Lines) and the Bharni( filling colours) styles. It originates from the Mithilanchal region of Bihar, India. A sketch is made freehand using a brush. A nib dipped in acrylic colour is used to draw fine lines (textures in a shape). It takes a skilled artist to make a flawless painting which catches one's imagination with a variety of fill in textures.

Width: 14.5 cm

Height: 38 cm

Base: Paper

Colours: Acrylic
Framing: without frame

Madhubani Painting -Floating Flowers