Miniature Painting Caravan
Eastern painting is a wide-ranging term that includes various traditions of painting, such as Persian and Uzbek art. Miniature painting Caravan is a form of art that dates back centuries. This type of art is commonly meet in Uzbek folk art, Bukhara school painting, traditional Persian art and Eastern painting. Furthermore, miniature painting has also had an impact on Islamic art, as it has been used to illustrate manuscripts, as well as to decorate all kinds of objects. Persian art, particularly miniature painting, has had an immense impact on other cultures, such as Uzbek folk art, Bukhara school painting, and traditional cultures all over the world. The purpose of miniature caravan painting is to evoke emotion and tell stories. Especially, This art form was also adopted by the courts of the neighbouring Uzbek Khanates, and was used to decorate objects such as coins, manuscripts, and ceramics.
The listing is for Hand paint Miniature painting “Caravans” on Silk paper
Miniature painting is one of the ancient applied art of Uzbekistan.
This vibrant artwork has been written by Usta Murodov in Bukhara.
Size : 14 cm x 28 cm
Uzbekistan culture is influenced by the traditional Persian art. Therefore, there are similarities between Iranian and Uzbek traditional miniature painting. However, this particular artwork is an impressive representation of Uzbek folk art.
It was done in the Bukhara school, created under Abd al-Aziz Khan in the Khanate of Bukhara
Would make a fine decoration for the home, office, museum, store or nursery room.