Madhubani Painting – Two Kissing Fish (monochrome) 130mm x 370mm


Original hand painted Madhubani art work from Bihar, North-East India. Naggar Valley‘s limited collection of Madhubani paintings have been sourced from unknown female artists who live in small villages and support their families with the sales of their paintings. As per tradition the painting is unsigned however its authenticity and charm is undeniable.

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This is an original hand drawn Madhubani art work from Bihar, North-East India.

It is painted on hand made paper with pen and ink in bold black monochrome. The image size is 130mm x 370mm.


This art work is currently unframed. We have a wide selection of beautiful mouldings to choose from that will compliment this wonderful Mithila painting. If you would like this piece framed by Naggar Valley, please contact us for options and prices.

Fish represent good luck, fertility and community in Mithila folk lore. As the fish in this painting are depicted as a kissing couple the message behind this art work can be interpreted as a good luck for fertility and would have been part of the wall decorations in celebration of a wedding.

This striking piece of art is typical of the Madhubani style with its strong outlines and beautifully detailed bordered design. A wonderful and meaningful original painting.


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