Warli Village - 24 X 36
The painting depic the lives of one of the most remarkable tribes of India - the Warlis, this art form is believed to be a tradition stretching back to 2500 or 3000 BC. Warli paintings typically also depict ordinary tribal life, portraying hunting, fishing and farming scenes, festivals, dances, animals and trees. The tarpa, a trumpet-like instrument played in turns, features at the centre of the paintings, around whom entwined men and women move in a circle. This is believed to resemble the circle of life.
Color: Golden Oak