Related Objects
Current Location:
Cabinet G -> Drawer 07 (G)
Location Notes:
PDC; Cabinet G; Drawer 07

The Art of India ➔ Daily Life Tribal Village I

Artwork
Medium:
Ink on Paper
Date:
circa 1990
Dimensions:
Artworks;Artworks - Height: 12.5 in;24" Width: 16.5 in;30"
Note: Matte
Description:
Image of lots of small stick figures doing various tasks in a small town. Large green hills and a cornfield with a cow in it.
Historical Context:
Warli-Art- A tribal art from warlie tribe of Maharashtra intricating decorative patterns, depicting festivals, folk tales traditions, and many more different occasions of tribal''s life like birth, marriage, death etc. Paintings are executed inside the hut wall wit pointed bamboo twigs and thin rise paste. Now in modern days it is made on hand made paper with all vegetable and natural colours using thin bamboo brushes.