SIKH RELIGIOUS MINIATURE ART PAINTING – Sikh religious painting style
DESCRIPTION: This beautiful Sikh Painting "Court of Maharaja Ranjeet singh" of Sikh religious painting style, depicts –
In this Sikh religious painting Maharaja Ranjit Singh also called "Sher-e-Punjab" ("The Lion of the Punjab") (1780-1839) was a Sikh emperor of the sovereign country of Punjab and the Sikh Empire. His Samadhi is located in Lahore, Pakistan. Maharaja Ranjit Singh was a Punjabi belonging to the Sikh faith born in 1780 in North India, Gujranwala, which is now located in modern day Pakistan, into the Sandhawalia family. At the time much of Punjab was ruled by the Sikhs as well as Afghans, who had divided the territory among factions known as misls. Ranjit Singh's father Maha Singh was the commander of the Sukerchakia misl and controlled a territory in west Punjab based around his headquarters at Gujranwala.
Ranjit Singh succeeded his father at the young age of 12. After several campaigns, his rivals accepted him as their leader, and he united the Sikh factions into one state. Ranjit Singh took the title of Maharaja on April 12, 1801 (to coincide with Baisakhi day). A descendant of Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh religion, conducted the coronation ceremony. Lahore served as his capital from 1799. In 1802 he took the holy city of Amritsar. Ranjit Singh died in 1839.
PRODUCT CODE: PBE022
ARTIST: Award winner artist Mr. Gopal has made this marvelous Sikh Painting "Court of Maharaja Ranjeet Singh" of Sikh religious painting Style.
SIKH PAINTINGSTYLE: This beautiful handmade miniature art paining "Court of Maharaja Ranjeet Singh" is belongs to the world famous Sikh religious Painting.
SIZE: This Sikh religious Painting is available in twelve various sizes starting from 3 x 4 inch to 48 x 72 inches.
CUSTOMIZE ORDERS: Our master artist can easily make "Court of Maharaja Ranjeet Singh"of Sikh religious painting in to any custom made size, you need.
CANVAS: We are using cotton cloth for longer life of "Court of Maharaja Ranjeet Singh" of Sikh religious painting.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
COLORS: These vibrant colors used in Sikh Painting are natural earth color. Stone colors are just like the water colors made from stones. The artists themselves prepare these to make the gorgeous Indian painting. The raw materials include for example, vegetables and malachite (for green), fruits, mustard oil (for black), soil (for yellow), lime (for white), indigo and lapis lazuli (for blue). In olden days, eggs, gold powder, silver foil, was also used. Burnt wood was used for making the initial sketches. This is a unique method of preparation of colors has been passed down from generations, since hundreds of years ago, when it was discovered. That’s why Sikh Painting is having prestige in the field of Arts.
PURE GOLD: To make Sikh Painting precious, we are using 24 carat pure gold at ornaments and dresses in painting, as it was really used by Royal persons in olden days. It is applied with the help of the brush as a color. This unique Indian method to convert gold in to liquid form has been passed down from generations, since hundreds of years ago. So the Sikh Painting is really precious.
BRUSHES: These special brushes are made from the hair of the tails of squirrels and kittens, hair from the inner ears of sheep. To do miniature work on Indian painting, they also use a very special single hairbrush. This unique Sikh Painting method of preparation of brushes has been passed down from generations, since hundreds of years ago, when it was discovered. Therefore the Sikh Painting is having such stunning miniature artwork.
TIME REQUIRED: It all depends on the art work and sizes to be done. Normally it takes 10 to 15 days to make such type Sikh Painting of miniature artworks. Many times for special & detailed artwork, the time taken extends up to 1 month to 6 months. So, we can’t predict the exact time to make such attractive Indian Painting.
LIQUID IS HARMFUL: It is a harmful situation for water color paintings because the colors used in these paintings can easily dilute in water. It means any washing activity is injurious for artwork. So, you have to save Sikh Painting from water or any liquid.
If all of sudden some water drop, then you are suggested to with out folding, squeezing or disturbing (means in normal position), put in direct sun light for heating purpose and after drying, bring it back in to shade. For your kind information water can not damage oil paintings.
A simple solution to extend life of your Sikh Painting is to do framing. We can easily find 300 to 400 years old Sikh Painting in very good conditions.
ORIGINAL INDIAN PAINTING: All artwork of Sikh Painting on the site are original, created by accomplished artists, who have learnt their skills from their earlier generations. Art of Legend India sources all artworks directly from these artists, because of which we are able to offer these unique works at reasonable costs to the buyer.
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