Mimamsa Art, Mambourin

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Verified Listing, updated on Tuesday, 18 June 2019 by Vishal Kaimal

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9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
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9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
FridayFr
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
SaturdaySaClosed
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MondayMo
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
TuesdayTu
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
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Official Name
Mimamsa Art
Directors
Maya Muralidharan, Vishal Kaimal

Description

Mimamsa Art is an art platform for folk artists from across the Indian subcontinent. We provide a hand-picked collection of Kerala Murals, Madhubani Paintings, and Orissa Pattachitra. We are based on principles of fair-trade and our artists set the price we pay. This means, your purchases make a real difference in the life of the creator and helps in bringing about sustainable change to artisan communities who, most times, struggle to access profitable markets.


Company description
Mimamsa Art is an art platform for folk artists from across the Indian subcontinent. We are based on principles of fair-trade and our artists set the price we pay. This means, your purchases make a real difference in the life of the creator and helps in bringing about sustainable change to artisan communities who, most times, struggle to access profitable markets.

All paintings are one-off original work, lovingly crafted, exquisitely detailed and a reflection of life occasions and daily living as experienced by the artist. Every piece is extensively researched by really knowing our artists, stories behind their creations and its provenance. We believe in the power of culture as an enabler and support its preservation by encouraging emerging artists to learn their skills passed from one generation to next over hundreds of years, explaining the value of their art in the global marketplace and providing a means to access it.

All of our artists reinvest their income into health, education, children, family, and the community.

We are forever so grateful to all our artists and artist clusters who trust in us to do the right thing by them and their creations.
Keywords:
Indian Folk Art, Indian Paintings, Indian Traditional Art, Kerala Murals, Madhubani Paintings, Mimamsa Art, Mythological Paintings, Orissa Pattachitra
Spoken languages
Hindi, Malayalam
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