Set of 4 Raja Ravi Varma Paintings - Lady Playing The Veena,Malabar Lady with Veena, Lady with Swarbat, Young Woman with Veena - Gallery Wrapped Art Print (12 x 10 inches each)
- Showcase your love for Indian art with these most famous paintings - Lady Playing The Veena, Malabar Lady with Veena, Kadambari, Young Woman with Veena by Raja Ravi Varma.
- "Malabar Lady With Veena" by the Indian master Raja Ravi Varma, is a charming portrayal of a lady from the Malabar Region of Kerala. She is holding an ancient musical instrument named Veena, which is an important and popular string instrument in classical Carnatic music.
- "Lady Playing The Veena" by Raja Ravi Varma is his very famous painting. Raja Ravi Varma Koil Thampuran was a celebrated Indian painter and artist. He is considered among the greatest painters in the history of Indian art. His depictions of Hindu deities and episodes from the epics and Puranas have received profound acceptance from the public and are found
- "Lady With Swarbat", the famous painting by the Indian master Raja Ravi Varma, depicts a lady playing sitar. The intricate details on the design and difference between textures of her clothes is fascinating.
- "Young Woman Playing the Veena" is a very famous painting depicting a young woman playing the veena.
- This is a set of 4 Gallery Wrapped art prints each measuring approximately 12 inches x 10 inches.
- High resolution printing on premium artistic canvas, by using a high-quality gallery wrapping technique which extends the picture all the way around the wooden frame. And metal hanging hooks already nailed on the frame. The canvas art is ready to hang out of the box.
Raja Ravi Varma was an Indian painter and artist, considered as one of the greatest painters in the history of Indian art. Varma is known for his amazing paintings, which revolve mainly around the Puranas and the great Indian epics - Mahabharata and Ramayana.
Ravi Varma is one of the few painters who managed to accomplish a beautiful union of Indian traditions with the techniques of European academic art.