In a mesmerizing display of artistic prowess, Uzbekistan’s Mukhamedali channels the essence of ancient themes and techniques to compose a painting that captures the eye. Enveloped in the timeless tale of Layla and Majnun, this alluring composition transports us to a classic story of love where the soulful connection between Qays ibn al-Mulawwah and Layla bint Mahdi unfolds amidst the verdant splendor of a pomegranate garden. Evoking the revered art of his homeland’s lacquer miniature painting, Mukhamedali employs a skillful fusion of tempera paints and watercolors on papier mache, meticulously adorned with a lacquer finish. Nestled within a chipboard mat draped in faux velvet and embraced by a walnut wood frame boasting intricate hand-carved accents, this extraordinary artwork arrives complete with a brass hanger, ready to grace any space with its unmatched beauty.
- Tempera & watercolor on papier mache; lacquer; faux velvet covered chipboard mat; walnut wood frame
- 0.25 lbs
- Artwork: 2.6 inches W x 4.9 inches H
- Frame: 9.8 inches H x 7.5 inches W x 0.7 inches D