“Samanids” Monochrome Art Painting
The beauty of traditional Samanid art has been a source of fascination and admiration for centuries. From its origin in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, to its spread over the Persian Empire, Eastern painting styles have captivated many with its vibrant colors, detailed patterns, and captivating stories. Bukhara School of Painting, also known as Bukhara Miniature Painting, is an ancient form of Uzbek folk art. It is a traditional form of Persian art, influenced by the Eastern style of painting. Especially, The Bukhara School of Painting is characterizes by its vibrant colors, intricate details, and symbolic motifs. So, This style of painting has a deep cultural significance and is a reflection of the traditional culture of the region. Moreover, Uzbek folk art is an important part of the country’s rich cultural heritage.
This amazing painting is done with pure, natural Uzbek black tea on special 140 lbs paper, is protected with one coat of varnish. It fits well in many environments, because of warm tea color and its shades. By the way, Ships ready to display in your home or office.
Miniature painting is one of the ancient applied art of Uzbekistan.
This is a very delicate miniature painting professionally done by Bukhara school of painting.
Measures : 20 cm by 30 cm
Type: Painted on browned and dyed with tea leaf paper
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.