Sant Meerabai, was a 16th-century Hindu mystic poet and devotee of Krishna. She is a celebrated Bhakti saint, particularly in the North Indian Hindu tradition. This painting is made on the scene when her in-laws tried to assassinate her by sending Meera a glass of poison and telling her it was nectar. This painting is a symbol of spirituality, love and faith in god. - The painting is made on watercolour paper (400GSM) Customisation in watercolour paper/canvas is available. - Acrylic colours are used to make this painting - The painting is varnish coated for water resistant surface. Frame not included in pricing
India based artist and an art educator, Karan Nandaniya, has been honing his skills in canvas paintings for the past several years. Karan is a self taught artist who is exploring and experimenting with different mediums and surfaces like clay modelling, printing, wall painting, mix media and many more.