Tag Archives: Mithila

Living Between Tradition and Modernity

Saffronart is excited to announce its April auctions dedicated to two important lifestyle defining categories. The Design Sale on 18 – 19 April presents furniture and lighting from important design movements of the 20th century, when craftsmen, designers and artists … Continue reading

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Sita Devi: A Legendary Mithila Artist

In conjunction with Saffronart’s upcoming auction of Indian Folk & Tribal Art, Nishad Avari shares a note on Sita Devi, one of the most important and celebrated Mithila artists Mumbai: We have already blogged about the history and aesthetics of … Continue reading

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The living tradition of Mithila paintings

Josheen Oberoi looks at the history and artistic practice of Mithila (popularly known as Madhubani) paintings New York: Mithila paintings, sometimes referred to as Madhubani, originate in the region of Mithila from where they also derive their name (as is … Continue reading

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