|Paint me a butterfly! :)
||[Nov. 27th, 2005|06:59 pm]
Indian-miniature painters of the Kangra school used brushes so fine that they were sometimes made of a single hair. A painter of Indian miniatures would often apprentice for ten years before he was allowed to pick up a brush. The colors used by this school of artists were made of such strange substances as crushed beetles, ground laps lazuli and blood.