Mount Everest and Mt Ama Dublam Oil Painting

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Size: 109 x 57 cm
Sale price$200.00 USD Regular price$250.00 USD


Oil painting is the practice of using pigments and a drying oil medium as a binder. For several centuries, it has been the most popular method for artistic painting on canvas or wood panels, spreading from Europe to the rest of the world. Oil offers "greater flexibility, richer, and denser color, the use of layers, and a wider range from light to dark" when painting pictures. However, the process takes longer because one layer of paint must dry before another is applied.

This is Nepali original hand painted oil painting which is painted by skillful artist. The two beautiful scenerio of the himalayas: Mount Ama Dablam and Mount Everest can be seen in the painting. In the painting the two yaks are crossing the bridge with fully loaded supply, taking that towards the higher altitudes. Mount Ama Dablam and Mount Everest's respective bases can be reached by a trek.

Trek to the foothills of Mt. Everest and Mt. Ama Dablam, two towering Himalayan peaks. The paintings depict Everest and Ama Dablam with Yaks, on trekking trails carrying supplies to higher elevations.

Mount Everest is a peak in the Himalaya mountain range. It is located between Nepal and Tibet. At 8,849 meters (29,032 feet), it is considered the tallest point on Earth. In the nineteenth century, the mountain was named after George Everest, a former Surveyor General of India. The Tibetan name is " Chomolungma ", which means “Mother Goddess of the World.” The Nepali name is Sagarmatha.

Ama Dablam, also known as Amai Dablang, popularly known as “Matterhorn of the Himalay”, is one of the well-known peaks in the Himalaya range. It is the third most popular Himalayan peak permitted for expedition. It belongs to the Mahalangur sub range of the Nepalese Himalayas. The name Ama Dablam mean “Mother’s necklace”. The long ridges on its either side are considered the arms of mother (ama) wich are protecting her child and the hanging glaciers are considered the dablam, which mean a traditional double pendant with the god’s picture imprinted on it, much worn by the Sherpa women in Nepal.


The painting comes in a roll, FRAME IS NOT INCLUDED!


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