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The House Of Things(Michael Aram) - Black Orchid Guest Towel Holder

₹7,225
Inspired by the delicate romance of botanicals, metalwork artist Michael Aram celebrates nature with orchid blooms set atop a sparkling nickel-plated towel holder. Dimensions: 4.75”W x 8”L x 1.75”H  Material: Stainless Steel, Black Nickelplate, Powdercoat SKU - MM-1016

The House Of Things(Mayur Arts) - Kamadhenu - Handpainted Curio

₹19,800
This beautiful curio is crafted in wood, hand painted by the artisans at Mayur Arts, and is the quintessence of the Indian mythological fable of the holy cow. Dimensions: 6.7" x 8.7" x 5.5" Material:  Wood SKU - MS-1001

The House Of Things(The Edit) - Beaten Metal Geometric Mirror

₹20,500
Material: Wood, Metal Foil, Mirror Dimensions: 36" x 48" SKU - TT-1040

The House Of Things(The Edit) - Radha Madhav

₹19,000
Known for their beauty, Ravi Varma’s heroines were personifications of passion whose lives were filled with love, romance, and tragedy. This embellished oleograph from the Raja Ravi Varma Printing Press captures Radha’s sensational anticipation and union upon meeting her lover, Krishna, at the banks of the river Yamuna. For patrons of Indian Art, the name Raja Ravi Varma has been familiar for more than a century. A depiction of the civilization of classical times, Ravi Varma’s style of painting played a foundational role in defining Indian imagery and left behind a brilliant legacy of academic realism. Dimensions: 10” x 14” SKU - TT-1005

The House Of Things(The Edit) - Lakshmi

₹25,000
It was Raja Ravi Varma who first started painting Hindu deities in a suitable form with proportionate bodies, appropriate features and ornaments, in natural colors. The classic painting of Lakshmi, Goddess of wealth, painted in 1896, has been reproduced here as an embellished oleograph, created using fabric and zari. Ravi Varma maintained the description of the goddess given in the Holy Scriptures like the four hands- one of which is holding a lotus and another, a rose. The image of Lakshmi is iconic in its visualization all over the world, and remains one of the most popular Raja Ravi Varma prints till today. For patrons of Indian Art, the name Raja Ravi Varma has been familiar for more than a century. A depiction of the civilization of classical times, Ravi Varma’s style of painting played a foundational role in defining Indian imagery and left behind a brilliant legacy of academic realism. Dimensions: 14” x 20” SKU - TT-1003

The House Of Things(Mayur Arts) - Gilded white metal candlestand

₹15,500
Dimensions: Height: 25.5",Base Diameter: 11"  Material:  Wood and White Metal SKU - MS-1011

The House Of Things(The Edit) - Blue Wooden Mirror With Beaten Metal Edges

₹19,500
Material: Wood, Metal Foil, Mirror Dimensions: 38" x 32" SKU - TT-1041

The House Of Things(The Edit) - Ritudhwaj meets Madalasa

₹18,000
Ritudhwaj, Prince of the Lunar Dynasty, meets Madalasa, daughter of King Vishwavasau, as the latter expresses her discomfited joy in meeting her savior who freed her from the clutches of the demon, Paatalketu. Produced from the Printing Press in Lonavla, this oleograph is embellished with colored beads and sequin work. For patrons of Indian Art, the name Raja Ravi Varma has been familiar for more than a century. A depiction of the civilization of classical times, Ravi Varma’s style of painting played a foundational role in defining Indian imagery and left behind a brilliant legacy of academic realism. Dimensions: 12” x 16” SKU - TT-1006

The House Of Things(The Edit) - Saraswati

₹19,000
The classic painting of Saraswati, Goddess of knowledge and wisdom, painted in 1896, is reproduced as an embellished oleograph from the Raja Ravi Varma Printing Press in Lonavla, created using fabric and zari. Ravi Varma maintained the description of the goddess given in the Holy Scriptures like the four hands- two holding a veena, symbolising perfection in arts and music, a conch, and a rosary in the other. Her mount, the peacock, symbolises beauty and truth. The image of Saraswati is iconic in its visualization all over the world and remains one of the most popular Raja Ravi Varma prints till today. For patrons of Indian Art, the name Raja Ravi Varma has been familiar for more than a century. A depiction of the civilization of classical times, Ravi Varma’s style of painting played a foundational role in defining Indian imagery and left behind a brilliant legacy of academic realism. Dimensions: 10”x 14” SKU - TT-1004

The House Of Things(The Edit) - Saraswati

₹25,000
It was Raja Ravi Varma who first started painting Hindu deities in a suitable form with proportionate bodies, appropriate features and ornaments in natural colors. The classic painting of Saraswati, Goddess of knowledge and wisdom, painted in 1896, is reproduced as an embellished oleograph, created using fabric and zari. Ravi Varma maintained the description of the goddess given in the Holy Scriptures like the four hands- two holding a veena, symbolizing perfection in arts and music, a conch, and a rosary in the other. Her mount, the peacock, symbolizes beauty and truth. The image of Saraswati is iconic in its visualization all over the world and remains one of the most popular Raja Ravi Varma prints till today. For patrons of Indian Art, the name Raja Ravi Varma has been familiar for more than a century. A depiction of the civilization of classical times, Ravi Varma’s style of painting played a foundational role in defining Indian imagery and left behind a brilliant legacy of academic realism. Dimensions: 14” x 20” SKU - TT-1002

The House Of Things(The Edit) - Urvashi and pururavas

₹18,000
The painting portrays the tragic love story of Urvashi, a beautiful celestial nymph and the mortal emperor of the lunar dynasty, Pururavas. The oleographic print is embellished with colored beads by local Indian artists. Though Raja Ravi Varma’s paintings depict powerful imagery illustrating scenes from the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, this iconic oil print remains rather admired among avid art patrons today. For patrons of Indian Art, the name Raja Ravi Varma has been familiar for more than a century. A depiction of the civilization of classical times, Ravi Varma’s style of painting played a foundational role in defining Indian imagery and left behind a brilliant legacy of academic realism. Dimensions - 14" x 17" SKU - TT-1001