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The River Narmada Riding a Crocodile

Gond Artist

The River Narmada Riding a Crocodile

Rs. 37,630.00

The genre popularly known as ‘Gond art’ is more accurately called the ‘Jangarh Style’ or ‘Jangarh Kalam’, after Jangarh Singh Shyam, who was discovered in Madhya Pradesh by the visionary artist Jagdish Swaminathan in 1981.

Traditionally, Pardhan Gond artists narrate stories through songs, passed on and kept alive for generations.

In Sacred Roots, Sukhnandi Vyam Pardhan's distinctive voice dispels the notion of a shared 'folk' or 'tribal' art form. His work is set apart by an intellectual approach. While referencing Jangarh's lineage through the finely executed works, he moves beyond established imagery, to focus on the role of his people as custodians of nature.

In this painting, the River Narmada,which flows through Madhya Pradesh in central India, is shown as a goddess astride a crocodile.

Technique 

Pen and Ink, Gouache on Paper

Dimensions

30in x 22in

Product Dispatch & Shipping Notice

Dispatched within 3 days of receiving your order. No refunds or returns.