Paper Mache Embossed Bird Painting
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- Material :Paper Mache
- Dimensions :18 X 12 X 5 Inches
- Color :Multicolor
- Care :Clean with soft cloth
- KBCODE: KB2401
- Time To Make : 15-20 Days
- Availability: Ships Internationally
- COD: Available For this Product
- Brand: JAN
Add to your homes the classy elegance of our paper mache wall hangings. A beautiful painting stands in front of you done in the finesse of paper mache, with embossed motifs of chinar leaves and colored birds. The base comes in a lovely off white, playing canvas to rich golden embossed chinar leaves and home to the beautiful songs of colorful birds. A perfect wall hanging for your living space, this stunning painting will add elegance to your home decor. The birds in this painting are the beautiful native birds of Kashmir. Enjoy the songs of the melodious nightingales, the colorful squeaks of parakeets and manna’s, the humming of hoopoes all in your home from the gardens of Kashmir!Kashmir Box brings to your home décor pleasures a beautiful collection of Paper Mache Paintings. Done by the master artisan Jan Sahib, the paintings come in beautiful colors and patterns. From landscapes to portraits, from pastel colors to embossed variants, we have a fabulous collection of paintings for your lovely home.
Jan Paper Mache is one of the oldest Artisan communities of Kashmir, the initiative of which is taken by a mastercraftsman Ghulam Rasool Jan. Being in the art of Paper Mache since generations, Jan has traversed a long path from traditional to modern versions of the craft and crafted embossed elegies which make their presence known across museums across the country.
Paper Mache is a delicate decorative art, born in Persia and brought to Kashmir by a Prince who spent years in a prison at Samarkand in Central Asia. The surroundings harnessed the creativity and romance for this art and finally Paper Mache took its roots in the simple homes and thus— a new art form was born. Paper Mache became the folk art of Kashmir; passing down from father to son, from generation to generation. Paper Mache involves two main steps: ‘Sakhtsazi’ is the actual production of the item and ‘Naqashi’ is when the item is painted with any number of motifs.