Cheriyal Painting of Rural Women Drawing Muggulu
Portraying one facet of rural life, this cheriyal painting on canvas is done by hand and duly signed by the national-award winning artist, D. Rakesh. Traditional cheriyal paintings were made in a narrative form on a long piece of cloth, pictorially representing a folktale or mythological story that native story tellers would narrate. Today, the art form can be found in discerning homes, albeit in shorter formats capturing only one or a few events.Dimensions
Full canvas: 11.6L x 11.6W
Painting size: 11L x 11W
Full canvas: 29.5L x 29.5W
Painting size: 28L x 28W
Natural mineral colours on canvas
Keep away from direct sunlight or water. Strongly recommend the painting be framed.
Painting comes without a frame and can vary slightly from the image shown.
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