Surya (Sun) in Mithila (Digital printed on Canvas)

Back after a hiatus. This time with a fresh tool and style for the motifs of Mithila /Madhubani Paintings.

The painting is of Sun along with the motifs of flowers and leaves in background and borders in the theme of Mithila / Madhubani Paintings. As I have mentioned in my earlier posts, in Mithila, Sun is worshiped as a God. So the paintings of Sun are also in human form with a human face. The colour has been highlighted with Yellow as the light from the Sun makes it to appear.

Sun is considered as the symbol of Positivity, Light, Truthfulness etc.

This painting has been digitally made on smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with the help of S-Pen and printed on . This style is a fresh move in the field of digital Mithila / Madhubani Paintings. Here the outcome of the paintings are almost similar to those made by brush and paint. This painting could also be printed on other materials.  Here, the size of the in the picture is 24 inch x 24 inch.

Mode: Digital Painting
Tool: and it’s S-Pen.
Printing: Printing on Canvas
Artist: Nupur Nishith

P.S  Other paintings of Sun on this site

For other Digital Paintings on this site, please visit Gallery of Digital Paintings


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  • Gopal Sinha
    April 9, 2015 - 4:33 am · Reply

    थोड़ी प्रतीक्षा के उपरांत अंततः सूर्योदय हुआ। उन्हें देख कर देवी की छवि का अनायास आभास हुआ। वही मुखाकृति, वही आँखें, वही ओठ, वही केश-विन्यास ! ललाट पर वैष्णवी के स्थान पर सूर्याकृति में ही तिलक अधिक भाता। वस्तुतः लोक-मानस में उनकी देदीप्यमान छवि बसी है। पृष्ठभूमि में श्वेत-हरे रंगों से अधिक उनकी लालिमा की प्रधानता अपेक्षित है। एक सुंदर सराहनीय प्रयास ! प्रतिभा एवं प्रतिबद्धता दोनों को नमन ! शुभकामनाएं !

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