Majestic Antler Painting

Gond Painting,



The tribal perspective is strong in this painting. Depicting the unity of life and the recurrence of forms in nature, this artwork shows how a deer's horns could easily be conflated with the shape of a tree. Pink, brown, and green conspire to create this unique depiction of wild life. It is sure to find a home in your library or study, but do not take our word for it, put it there and see for yourself.

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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: 93
    Width: 2
    Height: 67
    Type of Material:Paper, Paint

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