srinath ji clay mural

AED 1,250

This pichwai inspired painting has been made with mixed media on canvas paper... The jewellery has been made with clay, kundan stones, 3-D gold liners and special paints to give the meena effect ....Mettalic colours are used to enhance the dotting done for the neckpieces .... Pichwai is an Indian folk art. It's originated around 400 years ago in the town of Nathdwara near Udaipur in Rajasthan, India. Intricate and visually stunning, Pichwai paintings, depict tales from Lord Krishna's life. It portrays the glory of lord Krishna in the form of Srinath Ji. Though originally these paintings were primarily made on cloth, I have made this painting on canvas paper. These paintings personify Krishna and Krishna is shown in different moods, body postures, and attire along with lotus and holy cow. These paintings are used as the backdrop of Srinathji idol in his Shrine in Nathdwara.

Dimensions: H: 50cm, W: 40cm, D: 0.5cm.
Shape: Vertical
Shipping insurance: No
Stretched: No
Rooms: Common Areas
Medium: Mixed Media
Size: Medium
Handpainted: Yes
Offer viewing: Yes
Accept Returns: No
Framed: Yes
*Please click on image for more details on the artist’s technique and colours used.*Kindly note that variations to the image shown may occur as these are hand painted products.
Seller: Artchic Location: Dubai
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