Medium Indian Reverse Painting of a Blackbird

£39.00

This charming medium Indian reverse painting of a blackbird is hand painted on glass and depicts a blackbird in lovely colours with a vintage frame which sets it off perfectly. The frame which is approximately 17 x 12 cm is distressed and has slight imperfections which add to its character.

This delightful small Indian reverse painting of a blackbird is one of many we stock which come in lots of different subjects and sizes in original complimentary frames and look great when grouped together using all the variations. We have so many and the stock is always changing that the best way to choose if you are unable to visit the shop, is to call us and we will send photos along with sizes and prices.

The picture shows only a small number of the ones available.

The technique of reverse glass painting reached India by way of the China Trade in the second half of the 18th century, and there flourished a brisk market for Chinese reverse glass paintings on the west coast of India. Indian artists learnt the technique soon after, and began producing reverse glass paintings reflecting Indian tradition. These paintings became a cheap alternative to the decadent religious paintings which were popular at the time.

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This charming medium Indian reverse painting of a blackbird is hand painted on glass and depicts a blackbird in lovely colours with a vintage frame which sets it off perfectly. The frame which is approximately 17 x 12 cm is distressed and has slight imperfections which add to its character.

This delightful small Indian reverse painting of a blackbird is one of many we stock which come in lots of different subjects and sizes in original complimentary frames and look great when grouped together using all the variations. We have so many and the stock is always changing that the best way to choose if you are unable to visit the shop, is to call us and we will send photos along with sizes and prices.

The picture shows only a small number of the ones available.

The technique of reverse glass painting reached India by way of the China Trade in the second half of the 18th century, and there flourished a brisk market for Chinese reverse glass paintings on the west coast of India. Indian artists learnt the technique soon after, and began producing reverse glass paintings reflecting Indian tradition. These paintings became a cheap alternative to the decadent religious paintings which were popular at the time.

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Dimensions 28 × 20 cm