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Traditional Kalighat Painting by Laltu Chitrakar (14 x 11 in)

(MRP) Rs.4,950.00

Partners DASTKAR SKU: LC/14/7

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Size Length - 35 centimetres, Width - 28 centimetres.
This painting comes without a frame. It will wrapped safely and dispatched. You can get the framing done according to your requirements.
Weight 30 grams (approximately).
Material This traditional artwork of kalighat painting is done on handmade paper base, made using natural colours and permanent ink. Kalighat painting or Kalighat Pat originated in the 19th century in West Bengal, India, the paintings over a period of time developed as a distinct school of Indian painting. From the depiction of Hindu gods, god, and other mythological characters, the Kalighat paintings developed to reflect a variety of subjects, including many depictions of everyday life. Kalighat Paintings were first painted on the paper using the natural and homemade dyes. During its manifestation, in the earlier days, it was a community effort. The family members or the community members, would sit together and ground the ingredients to make the dyes, colors and some would draw the outlines of the main figures in the painting and while others would work on the backdrop. The distinct feature of these paintings are the big eyes of the main figures and the colors used are prominently the primary colors like yellow, blue, green, etc. This Bengal Art comes from Midnapore from the family of Laltu Chitrakar. A wonderful painting for the discerning decor aficionado and art lover or a gift for someone interested in storytelling tradition. These are priceless collectibles.
Care Gently wipe with a soft dry cloth, keep away from water and other liquid substances.
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Country of Origin India
Generic Name kalighat paintings

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