Matsha Pratishtha – Pattachitra Painting
Pattachitra is a beautiful art form of mythological narratives and folktales inscribed in it, which was originated in Orissa. This is a wall hanging which can be decorated on your house’s walls.
Matsha Pratishtha. Pattachitra is a beautiful art form of mythological narratives and folktales inscribed in it, which was originated in Orissa. Triangular-shaped fishes flowing in one direction show the unity of the fish and their dedication to moving forward. This is a wall hanging which can be decorated on your house’s walls. Matsha Pratishtha.
Decorative paintings are used to transform the appearance of a surface, whatever its size, or object. The purpose is to beautify the arrival of the existing substrate and, in some cases, to enhance the strength and durability of the coating to which it is applied. The purpose of decoration with painting is to make something more aesthetically pleasing.
It can enhance an object’s appearance or make a space more hospitable. Colorful painting can give a place a fun and playful vibe as pastel or black & white paint can give depth. Decorate with traditional old folk art which is rooted in traditions that come from community and culture – expressing cultural identity by conveying shared community values and aesthetics. The art of ordinary folk helps to express a cultural identity by conveying shared community values. Folk artists are generally self-taught or learn their skills through some type of informal apprenticeship.
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As the product is handmade, it might have slight irregularities of shape and color which is a natural outcome of human involvement.
29 x 44 Inches, Length x Breadth