Warli Painting

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Size : 55.5 X 52 in | 141 X 132.1 cm
Medium : Cow dung on Cloth
Style : Folk Art
Created in : 2021
Sold by : Gallery
Surface : Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
Lot No : MA308477
International shipping : Yes
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About Artist

Amit Mahadev Dombhare was born on August 17, 1985, in Devgaon, Maharashtra. He is a tribal warli painting artist. He calls it his family art, and has learnt it from his grandfather. He started learning warli art in 2001 and has 18 years of experience. He has participated in exhibitions organized at Crafts Museum (New Delhi), Dilli Haat, Shilp Bazar (Gwalior), Kala Ghoda Festival (Mumbai) and Shilp Mela (Jaipur). Apart from this, he has visited many cities like Goa, Shimla, Bhopal, Pune, etc. To showcase his work.

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Warli designs depict many scenes like a typical day in the village, ceremonial dancing, wedding rituals, so on and so forth. The origin of this art form is said to go as far as the 10th century AD. It not only describes life of the Warli tribe but is also one of the few folk art forms that have garnered international reputation. Historically, the Warli tribe used this art to record their life and customs for future generations. As of now, it has seeped into commercial art and has many runway features to its name!