Tribal Warli Painting of Lord Krishna Gowardhan Mountain by Sandeep Bhoir
Far away from the bustle and chaos of Mumbai (India), in the mountainous and forest regions of Thane district dwell the Warlis, an indigenous tribe of the region. Traditionally, women of the Warli tribe paint the walls of their homes with auspicious markings on festive occasions.
The Warli tribe believe this art form was taught to them by the Gods, and is of an ancient nature, hence, their paintings speak a very rustic and original language. Animals, Trees, Rivers, Fruits, Vegetables and human beings are central to the theme of their paintings.Behind the intricacy and beauty of the painting lies a deep social message, which is the hallmark of Warli paintings.
This painting has been made by Warli artisan Sandeep Bhoir
Canvas : Cloth
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Measurements : 14 x 24 inches
Care :Keep away from direct sunlight and damp areas. Display in a glass frame.