Gond Painting on Paper by Gariba Singh Tekam Original Artwork (11 x 14 inches)
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|Shipping||Ready stock. It can be delivered within 3-5 days. Returns accepted|
|Size||Length - 11 inches, Width - 14 inches.
This traditional painting comes without a frame. It is wrapped safely and dispatched. You can get the framing done according to your requirements.
|Weight||145 grams (approximately).|
|Material||This original work of gond art is done on art paper base made using acrylic colours and permanent ink. This Indian tribal art comes from Bhopal from the family of Gariba Singh Tekam. A wonderful painting for the discerning decor aficionado or a gift for an art lover. These are priceless collectibles.|
|Care||Wipe with a soft dry cloth, keep away from water and other liquid substances.|
|Colour||Slight difference in color from the visible product image is possible. Read more.|
The word “Gond” comes from the Dravidian expression kond, meaning “the green mountain.” Deeply connected with nature and natural elements, Gonds have traditionally drawn inspiration, as well as, represented their stories using strong natural elements. Trees, animals, birds and other environmental representation are probably the most recognizable subject matter in their visual art practice. Gond paintings are known for their rich detail, bright colours, embedded mystery and a taste of humor.
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