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Tracing their ancestry to the powerful archer, Ekalavya of Mahabharata, the Bhils are one of the largest tribes in India, found in Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra.
Bhil art portrays tribal life in vibrant colours. Reflecting changing seasons as well as natural phenomena, everything connected with their life is painted – the Sun, the Moon, the animals, trees, rivers, mythological figures and their Gods.
Be it on paper or on the walls of their home, there is no doubt that Bhil art reflects the tribe’s innate sense of aesthetics. The Bhil artists use herbal colours and vegetable dyes, such as kumkum, haldi, kajal, rice, mehendi and limestone, as well as acrylic paints.
Painted by celebrated Bhil artist Bhuri Bai, this painting reflects the typical brilliant colours and intricate patterns of Bhil art works!
|Size:||22 x 30 inches|
|Medium:||Acrylic on Paper|
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