Press Release Summary = WORLD FAMOUS ORIGNAL TANJORE (TANJAVUR)
EXQUISITE PAINTINGS OFFERED FOR SALE
MUDDU KRISHNA: (Sri Krishna, one of the ten incarnations of Lord Maha Vishnu of Hindu mythology depicted as an infant). The mesmerizing painting is studded with pure gold and precious stones measuring 72 cm x 52 cm is rarest amongst rare of its kind. A striking feature of this invaluable master piece is that the deity will create an optical illusion like the renowned MONALISA as if the God is gazing at you from any angle when you look at Him. It is truly magical. One can keep looking at the fabulous piece of art whole day. This adds to the provenance of the Art!!!
GAJALAKSHMI: (Goddess of fortune). She is one of the eight facets of consort of Lord Maha Vishnu flanked on either side by elephants and all her entourage offering floral tributes to Her. It is strongly believed by many that this priceless artifact brings enormous wealth when it adorns the prayer hall of the owner. This Painting is also studded with pure gold and precious stones which is a unique feature of the ancient Tanjavur art. Besides, it has intricate art work beyond description. (Dimensions: 57 cm x 72 cm.) Both the above paintings are considered as collectors' items of rich and famous/Princely homes and reputed Art Galleries. Each painting is priced at U.S $ 1, 50,000/- Interested buyers may please contact the following address:-- E-mail:-- email@example.com Ph:+91-011-9312267393 New Delhi, India The sale proceeds are meant to acquire a house adjacent to the house of his daughter to take care of her as she is suffering from a protracted illness for the last 30 years and is totally dependent on medicines
Press Release Body = The name *Tanjore is derived from Thanjavur, the southern part of Tamilnadu state in India where the highly admired and ornamented style of painting originated and propagated. It is the only surviving art of its type i.e. paint based art form of ancient India. (All other known paintings of latter years are water colour based). Each Tanjore painting was made layer after layer, first on cloth, often many layers, then stretched upon and pasted upon a wooden plank. Upon this base, a glue was applied to mark out the relief areas .This formed the base on which the elaborate decoration was anchored with jewels, both precious and semi- precious and also pearls. Pure gold ornaments were hammered by hand into fine thin slices of wafer like quality deftly applied on to the work of art, the color remains as such without retouching and they are extremely bright, red , yellow, blue, black , and white, of all shades