Krishna Melody - Pichwai Handpainting
Krishna Melody Pichwai Handpainting is depicts Lord Krishna playing flute to charm holy cows.
pichwai PAINTing : THE AMAZING 400 year old indian Painting art
Pichhwai painting are large devotional Hindu painted pictures, normally on cloth, which portray Krishna. They are mainly made to hang in Hindu temples of the Pushtimarg devotional tradition, especially the Shrinathji Temple in Nathdwara, Rajasthan, built around 1672. They are hung behind the idol of Shrinathji, a local form of Krishna and the centre of Pushtimarg worship, to depict his leelas. Over time, pichwais also found a place in the homes of art connoisseurs, owing to their visual appeal. Like several other traditional Indian art forms, the art of Pichwai is also dying, and requires recognition and revival.
- Size : 24 x 36inches
- 100% hand painted acrylic painting on artist grade canvas.
- No printing or digital imaging techniques are used.
- No Frame
- Comes in roll
- Made To Order
The painting is done by Nitu Priya, the Pichwai Artist from Bengaluru, Karnataka.
- Depending on monitor calibration, color may vary
- Variation in color tone is inherent in hand made painting.
care instructionPichwais are best framed with regular or non-reflective glass. Artworks should be displayed away from direct sunlight and breeze. To clean any accumulated dust, use a soft, dry brush or cloth very lightly on the glass surface or the frame. Make sure there is no moisture on the brush or cloth before cleaning the surface. Once a year, remove the artwork from the wall for a couple of days to let the wall breathe and avoid moisture accumulation. Minor discolouration over the years is normal and to be expected.
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