It's hard to imagine the colourful life of Hindu gods being portrayed in black and white, but this Pattachitra painting showcases all the vividness seamlessly, thanks to the exquisite detailing and iconic imagery used. This is a classic!
The Pattachitra from Odisha on display is the Krishna Leela Aranya painting in black and white. It portrays Lord Krishna, one of the most celebrated Hindu gods and an Avatar of Lord Vishnu, doing Rasaleela. His lover Radha and her friends, the gopikass, look on. The Raasleela has inspired art and dance,across India.
This unique Pattachitra hand painted by the National Award-winning artist Niranjan Moharana
Literally meaning Cloth Painting, Pattachitra is an art form from Puri in Odisha in which images of deities are painted on a piece of cloth.
Quantity: 1 painting without frame. Frame shown in the image is only for representational purposes. For framed piece kindly select with frame.
Care instructions: Keep away from direct sunlight, moisture, water and other liquids. For best results, keep in frame with glass.
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