Royal Hunt & Procession
- Subject: Indian Rajasthani Miniature Painting
- Paint Material: Opaque watercolors with Islamic Scripts
- Base Material: Paper (unframed)
- Size: It is 6.5 in. wide & 11.5 in. tall (16.5 cms X 29 cms)
- Age: Modern Handmade Art
- Country of origin: India
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Act now to become the owner of this superbly hand-painted watercolor painting. You will get a fine and rare piece of art showing all the festivities of a royal Rajasthani procession and hunt.
Top half of the art depicts a royal hunt. More than a royal sport, hunting provided the Maharaja (King) with practical experience for war and demonstrated his ability to protect his subjects.
Bottom half of the art shows the Maharaja (King) riding an ornately dressed elephant and travelling with the imperial household. Processions in Indian history were complex events that celebrated various kinds of power and prestige.
This art conjures symbols of grandeur and of untold stories of the Indian royalty of bygone eras. It is full of grandeur, color and vigor which is indicative of painting styles from various centers of Rajasthan, India that flourished between the late sixteenth and nineteenth centuries.
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