Goddess Maha Lakshmi – Tanjore Paintings Is a Classical South Indian Art developed in the late 16th century in Thanjavur also known as Tanjore in Tamil Nadu, a south Indian state. These Tanjore Paintings evoke a sense of class and timelessness with their alluring illustrations of puranic scenes. This ancient art form traces its origin to Tanjavur, the capital of The Erstwhile Chola Empire, and is popular among contemporary Indian women for showcasing their artistic inclination and tastes.
Thanjavur Paintings are mostly subjected to Hindu God, Goddesses, and saints, episodes from Hindu relics or religious texts visualized and sketched in the painting. In many instances, Jain, Sikh, Muslim, and Secular objects are also depicted in the painting. A typical Tanjore Paintings would consist of one main figure, usually a deity, with a well-rounded face, body, and oval shaped eyes. The main figure would be enclosed using arches, curtains etc.
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