This is a beautiful Kachani (Drawing Lines) and Bharni (Fill in colours) style of Madhubani painting depicting the story of Krishna hiding the clothes of Gopis. 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 that catches one's imagination with a variety of fill in textures.

Length: 76.5 cm

Height: 57.5 cm

Base: Paper

Colours: Acrylic
Framing: without frame

Madhubani Painting - Gopi -Krishna