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he Indian Taxi! A familiar sight on our roads along with the booming screech for Taxi! Whether you want to take a break from the local trains and the over bearing crowd and treat yourself to a taxi in Bombay or put your foot in Delhi, the black and yellow taxis welcome you. Frame this memory and put it up your walls that reminds you of your awesome trip back in India!!Designed especially for India Design Store by White Ink Design. White Ink Design Pvt. Ltd., started in 2005 by Shalini Singh, an alumnus of NID, is a brand design firm which provides end to end effective & innovative communication design solutions. A pioneer in communication design with expertise in Brand, Print, Web, Exhibition, Packaging & Retail design.* All Wall Art is printed on Mont Blanc imported paper, 190 gsm thick. The frame is only for representational purpose.* All sizes are in inches
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The large shiny tree is the wealth of knowledge within you. Each tree holds a different virtue, though they look the same. Its much like each person that touches your life and leaves you with a teaching. | Material: Canvas Print with wooden stretch mount | Care instructions: Wipe with a dry cloth | Note: This is a pictorial representation of the product, the actual colour might differ slightly
This particular Gond painting depicts how a tree could help every living creature. A tree is not just required to provide shelter and protection to the birds but also contributes in the living and sustenance of every being, from humans to animals. The dependence of life on trees is beautifully elucidated through this painting. The detailing, textures and colours used by the artist are earthy and make the painting effortlessly striking. The painting is created by Master artist Subhash Vyam.|Gond tribal paintings are made in Madhya Pradesh. The paintings are expressions of rituals or practices that are deeply linked with their day to day lives, religious sentiments and devotions. Themes of Gond paintings are often based on local festivals like KarwaChauth, Deepawali, AhoiAshtami, Nag Panchmi, Sanjhi etc. Horses, elephants, tigers, birds, gods, men and objects of daily life are painted in bright and multi colored hues. Tribal Gond paintings are done by the tribal women of the village using simple homemade colours. Colourful and highly expressive, this art has its own unique identity and rare beauty.|
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Size: As per order Materials: The prints on canvas are on a bright white, fine poly-cotton blend, matte canvas using latest generation Epson archival inks Various artists we collaborate with make each art print. Thus all works are 100% original and unique pieces of art. Add colour and life to your walls with these art prints. The canvas is individually hand stretched and wrapped over a wooden frame and comes ready to be hung on the wall.
Title :Suttle cution III | Medium:Acrylic on canvas | Size:24 x 24 inches | Year :2014
Nataraja is derived from the Sanskrit words Natya (dance) and Raja (king) meaning Lord of Dance. This artwork is a metaphor for the cosmic dance itself; therein unifying ancient mythology, religious art and modern physics. It is Nataraja: Shiva as Lord of the Dance, the ultimate Indian icon. This phenomenon of Nataraja arose from Southern India.||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||
Mahavishnu or Lord Vishnu is one of the supreme deities of Hinduism. Ananthasanam which literally means Relaxed Pose shows Him in his characteristic blue colour with His two consorts in the ocean of milk. Bhudevi seated on Vishnus right denotes the complete representation of the material world and is an avatar of Mother Earth herself.||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||
Among the largest tribes in India, the Gonds have a recorded history that goes back 1400 years. They are present in significant numbers in Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Odisha.|The Gonds are said to place faith in an old belief that says that a good image brings good luck, and it is this belief that can be found at the root of this art form. Concerned with warding off evil and ushering in good luck, the Gonds would decorate their houses with traditional tattoos and motifs.|For the Gond, everything is intimately connected to nature, and their art features motifs that depict their beliefs and rituals, life in the village, and mans remarkable relationship with nature. Renowned for their vibrant colours and imaginative use of lines and dots, Gond artworks today use natural colours sourced from soil, plants, charcoal and cow dung as well as acrylic paints.|
Material: Canvas with Frame| Medium: High Quality Digital Print| SKU: WSC01936| Shipping : FREE shipping on orders above Rs. 999 | Dispatched within 48 hours | |