Presenting a blend of Mughal and Gond painting by Woman. The golden Peacock is inspired by Mughal era and the leaves are the inspiration to new life, has been taken from the tribal Gond Art .
A peacock was the most important of all solar creatures that feature among the decorative motives on Mughal thrones. Peacocks, were associated with paradise. The most notable of these associations was the Sun”, called by the Persians tavus-e-atishpar, that is peacock with the wings of fire. Because of these paradisiac and solar connotations, the peacock was depicted as the custodian of the tree of life and of the solar disc.
Dimension : Acrylic and Point Pen on Canvas 16'' X 23''
Care : Acrylic paintings should be dusted lightly with a soft brush or wipe it with moist cloth.Keep it away from direct or long exposure to sunlight.
Frame details : Frame colour- Black and Dark Brown (width 1.5 cm) with 1.5’’ mounting on each side around the painting ; Material – Fiberboard frame , Foil Front protection: Polystyrene plastic, Lightweight and Durable Acrylic Board, Transparent Plexiglass (2mm/3mm) instead of glass.
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