Harmony in Wilderness Art

Gond Painting,



Vivid, expressive, unique, colourful, uplifting. These are some of the words that can begin to describe this piece of tribal Gond art, a form which has a history of over 1400 years. We think they are vaguely reminiscent of Aboriginal art, but if you do not agree, no matter. We can agree that these paintings elevate mundane rustic scenes and everyday flora and fauna to an art-form because of the sheer energy and aura they radiate. Narrating the tale of Lord Krishna, this trademark Gond painting is a testament to your love for art, and eye for detail.

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The recorded history of the Gond people goes back 1400 years, but considering that they inhabit areas where rock paintings dating to the Mesolithic have been found, their antecedents probably date back even further. The rock paintings in the area practiced, shows that the paintings date back to the Mesolithic Era (8000BCE).

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    Deciding the theme is as important in a tribal painting as it is in other paintings. An idea sparked by some event, thought or happening in the life of the artist serves as the theme and the artist starts thinking about its possible representations, various color combinations, etc. The specialty of tribal paintings is the simplicity of the ideas and their representation of the day-to-day life of rural people.In the case of wall paintings, the artist first plasters the area of the wall to be pain...

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    Length: 123
    Width: 2
    Height: 94
    Type of Material:Paper, Paint

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