Tree of Life- Framed Tribal Wall Art and Living Room Wall Decor with Unbreakable Acrylic Glass By Indigenous Tribes from the Mountains and Coastal Areas of Western India (Warli Painting) - B01G0R330K

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  • ORIGINAL WARLI PAINTING: This original Warli painting is a rustic wall art depicting Tree of Life and village celebration. These are hand painted by tribal artists . The painting uses mud color as base and white color to depict the intricate designs.

  • PERFECT DECOR FOR WALLS : The framed wall art looks great as wall hangings with a contrasting background and intricate decorative patterns.The use of monosyllibic and geometric shapes suits any wall be it an office reception , home or party hall.

  • AUTHENTICITY: These art works are sourced from registered geographical Indication proprietor under Intellectual property rights act

  • THEME: Marriage is the most recurring theme of Warli paintings. These depict Palghat, the marriage god, accompanied by a horse and of course the bride and the groom

  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: We are so confident you're going to love our handmade paintings we're offering it with a 100% refund guarantee. If by any chance, you have any problems with your order or if you don’t like the product, let us know and we would refund every penny of your purchase

  • Warli painting is a tribal art mostly done by tribes from North Sahyadri Range in Western India.

    The Warli art form is similar to the pre-historic cave paintings in its execution.

    These extremely rudimentary paintings use a very basic graphic vocabulary: a circle, a triangle and a square.

    The circle and triangle come from their observation of nature, the circle representing the sun and the moon, the triangle derived from mountains and pointed trees. Only the square seems to obey a different logic and seems to be a human invention, indicating a sacred enclosure or a piece of land.

    Warli Paintings are painted on an austere mud base using one color, white, with occasional dots in red and yellow. This sobriety is offset by the ebullience of their content.

    The themes in Warli paintings are highly repetitive and symbolic. Each painting is usually an entire scene that contains various elements of nature including people, animals, trees, hills etc.

    The thread that binds all these loose elements can be events like a marriage, a dance, sowing, harvesting or hunting. Different varieties of trees are drawn in detail forming intricate decorative patterns.

    Birds, squirrels, monkeys, snakes and other animals are also depicted, frequently in action. Other elements in nature like streams and rocks are also featured. The 'Tree of Life' and the 'Tarpa' dance are significant images often seen in Warli art.

    Tree of Life- Framed Tribal Wall Art and Living Room Wall Decor with Unbreakable Acrylic Glass By Indigenous Tribes from the Mountains and Coastal Areas of Western India (Warli Painting) - B01G0R330K