The day's catch of fish

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A vignette from the Maithili way of life, depicting local women by the river, in conversation over the day's catch of fish in a basket. The vibrant colours and the geometric patterns add a rustic charm to the painting, complementing its theme. Madhubani paintings are made mainly by the women of Mithila in Bihar, though now their menfolk too are taking on. They are done using natural colours produced from locally available flowers, berries, leaves, barks, and charcoal.

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Material Handmade Paper
Length (in inches) 13.5
width (in inches) 9.5
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The day's catch of fish

The day's catch of fish

A vignette from the Maithili way of life, depicting local women by the river, in conversation over the day's catch of fish in a basket. The vibrant colours and the geometric patterns add a rustic charm to the painting, complementing its theme.

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A vignette from the Maithili way of life, depicting local women by the river, in conversation over the day's catch of fish in a basket. The vibrant colours and the geometric patterns add a rustic charm to the painting, complementing its theme.

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