Rajasthan, | AUTHENTIC CRAFT. CREATED IN INDIA.

Pichwai Painting ❃ The Musician Gopi (Framed)

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Pichwai Painting ❃ The Musician Gopi
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Rajasthan, | AUTHENTIC CRAFT. CREATED IN INDIA.

Pichwai Painting ❃ The Musician Gopi (Framed)

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Exclusive Pichwai Painting (Framed-Length- 19" x Width- 16"). A beautiful rendering of a delicate woman musician 'Gopika'. The fine attention to detail is exquisite. . Her hands are poised to play the dholak, frozen forever in a musical beginning. Hailing from the town of Nathdwara, which sits in the hills of Aravalli, Pichwai paintings are the epitome of worship culture. Associated with the 17-18th century, these were hung behind the idol of Lord Krishna, giving them their name which literally means ‘back hanging’. These paintings are intricate in detail and painted with precision. Various artists work under a head artist to lend their creativity to these pieces of art. They render beautiful images of Lord Krishna in the form of Srinathji, a descent of the deity as a child. Other common subjects are Radha, cows, gopis, and lotuses.

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Pichwai Painting ❃ The Musician Gopi (Framed)

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Product Details

  • Material : Paper
  • Craft : Pichwai Paintings
  • State : Rajasthan
  • Colour : Blue, Green & Orange
  • Measurements :  Framed : Length- 19" x Width- 16"
  • Product weight : 80 Grams
  • Special Attention : The outer frame depicted in the image is for idea purposes only. The actual frame will be gold in colour, though design may vary.
  • Shipping Info : Dispatched in a maximum of 25 business days. This item is not eligible for return.

Pichwai Paintings

Hailing from the town of Nathdwara, which sits in the hills of Aravalli, Pichwai paintings are the epitome of worship culture. Associated with the 17-18th century, these were hung behind the idol of Lord Krishna, giving them their name which literally means ‘hanging behind’. These paintings are intricate in detail and painted with precision. Various artists work under a head artist to lend their creativity to these pieces of art. They render beautiful images of Lord Krishna in the form of Srinathji, a descent of the deity as a child. Other common subjects are Radha, cows, gopis, and lotuses.

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