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License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: February 15, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 1 Presentation Description As the story goes, the Queen of England was so impressed by Bundu Khan's performance in the India Festival held at London in 1982, that she called him the 'Second Kohinoor of India', a description that earned him the name of Kohinoor Langa YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION HERE: http://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/india-art-craft1 Thank you! Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: Marble paintings INDIA ART & CRAFTPowerPoint Presentation: Types of Indian Painting have evolved in a parallel manner in the course of time. There are different styles of paintings which have emerged in the due course of time in different geographic locations as a result of religious and cultural impact. The paintings of India can be broadly classified as wall paintings and miniature paintings. The different types of Indian paintings fall under this two broad category but again they can also be classified depending on their evolution, emergence and style. Almost all of the ancient paintings are engraved on the wall of temples and caves. Miniature paintings are paintings made on small canvasses of papers and clothes. This type of art mainly evolved in the medieval age especially narrating the royal life and this form of art is popular until now. The technique and medium are the two major aspects of painting. Depending on these, paintings can be further classified as Patachitra, Marble paintings, Batik, Kalamkari, Silk paintings, Velvet paintings, Palm Leaf Etchings, Glass painting in India, etc. Finally religion and culture also have immense impact on paintings. Folk paintings, Indo-Islamic art and Buddhist art are different types.PowerPoint Presentation: Raja & Rani enjoying in Palace, Painting on marble plate roundPowerPoint Presentation: Yantra thangka painting on marble plate roundPowerPoint Presentation: Radha & KrishnaPowerPoint Presentation: Painting on marble plate roundPowerPoint Presentation: Painting on marble plate roundPowerPoint Presentation: Painting on marble plate roundPowerPoint Presentation: Marble Paintings is a form of miniature painting. It is natural stone with beauty look, and is readily available in numerous colours, some of which are specially used to impart a rugged and natural look to the artefacts. Marble painting is done with great perfection and the end product looks beautiful, and it encompasses traditional as well as modern style. This type of paintings is made of exquisite types of marbles. The decorative paintings make for best show pieces which enhance the look and appeal of the exteriors as well as interiors. The paintings are highly elaborate and are available with detailed carvings in smooth and natural marble finish.PowerPoint Presentation: Lord Buddha Painting on marble plate roundPowerPoint Presentation: Mahaveer Swami Painting on marble plate roundPowerPoint Presentation: Writer Ganesh Painting on marble plate roundPowerPoint Presentation: Introspective Lady Lady with prominent nosering embossed paintingPowerPoint Presentation: The Rajput Rajasthani GroomPowerPoint Presentation: The making of marble painting requires meticulous skills and utmost patience. Firstly the marble is coated with neutral colours to prepare the marble base. Then, in order to attain the perfect colour, the marble is sponged with required colours. A detailed outline of the drawing is etched out of marble piece. The process that follows is of adding colours and at times gold leaves, gold dust, lacquers and jewels. The colours that are used for marble painting are made out of mineral dyes and natural vegetable. The use of precious stones and gold is optional and entirely depends on the buyers and manufacturers (if the item happens to be made of order items). The use of lacquer actually adds a enduring finish to the marble painting and enhances its life value. 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