A really intricately Hand-Painted Wall Art piece of Reflexology Feet.
This traditional poster from Udaipur is a creative representation of reflexology in the foot. We are excited to launch our brand new Indian posters as part of our spring collection.
- Bold Colours
- Soft brush technique
- Reflexology Poster
- Vintage Style
Foot Poster Dimensions: 31 x 25cm, although these sizes will vary slightly for each poster.
This art poster was painted by hand with soft brush technique to get the painting to achieve as much detail as possible. The contrast of warm and cool colours will ensure this poster will catch everyone's eye. If you are looking for an interesting focal point for your home, this traditional poster would make the ideal choice. Natural liquids such as vegetables and minerals were used in this picture, adding to the vintage feel.
The natural paper used in the painting represents a distressed style. This may lead to differences in shade and size. You may also notice small marks, but we think this brings the personality of the poster to light.
This quirky poster represents the science of reflexology. It shows the range of pressure points on a person's foot that can have a profound effect on certain parts of the body. A system of zones are shown on the vintage poster that reflects parts of the body such as the lungs. This a fantastic educational piece that would be great to put pride of place in your home office. This will be guaranteed to be admired by many.
We love vintage posters so much that we have decided to introduce four different versions. If you love this poster, you will appreciate our yellow Ganesh poster even more! This poster is a vibrant and inspirational representation of the Indian God, Ganesh. This is a great way to reflect your passions throughout your home.
We also have Reflexlogy Hands wall art- is the same style and painted by the same artist
All our hand-painted pictures are painted on handmade khadi paper, reclaimed from unused cotton from the textile industry. There will probably be uneven and crumpled edges and paper may not have been cut parallel and straight. All this means no two pictures will ever be the same.