"MACHLI JAAL" "JAAL" (Single Fish Net) :
This painting depicts fishermen catching fish in the river by using traditional fishing techniques. The painting shows various Warli elements like hunting, harvesting and other agricultural practises, spread over an expanse of the canvas, surrounded by different forms of life.
In the realm of Warli art, Shantaram Chintya Tumbada is a renowned name. Taking classic motifs from Warli iconography, he manages to create a richly varied repertoire of works. This painting is a stunning example of his artistic technique. Fishing being their major occupation is a subject prevalent throughout Warli art. The nature gods are blessing the tribal region as depicted in this painting. Renowned for its simple yet unique portrayal of life, Warli art features geometrical shapes that represent humans and animals. The paintings portray hunting, fishing and farming scenes, festivals and dances.
Fishing being the major occupation, which happens in the Warli surrounding with intricacies, like cow webs seen intact amongst the thick jungles.
The fishing nets take the shape of the moon when immersed in the water bodies depicting the judicial practices controlled by the cosmic energies and powers.
The water bodies are clustered by the sand hillocks by the waves of the mighty seas.
|Artist||SHANTARAM CHINTYA TUMBADA|
|Size||62" X 40" Inches|
|Material||COW DUNG AND ACRYLIC ON RAW CANVAS|
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