Moon and Sun

Radhashyam Raut and Ramsingh Urveti: The sun and moon are always in relationship.

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limited edition art print

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Weight 0.0 g
Dimensions 560 x 560 mm
Printing

Silkscreen-printed

Paper

200 gsm – recycled from cotton waste

Edition

Limited edition of 200 prints

EAN

602401675964

RadhashyamRaut

Radhashyam Raut

Radhashyam Raut is an artist trained in the traditional art of Patachitra mural paintings of Orissa, where he lives and works. This is his first venture into the world of books. Click here to discover his other Tara Books.

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Ramsingh Urveti

Ramsingh Urveti is one of the most brilliant living artists of the Gond tradition. Ramsingh’s work has spread the myths and stories of the Gond community throughout Asia, Europe, Australia and South America, and has won him awards nationally and internationally. His work creates a world of fantasy and metamorphosis, coming alive with finely detailed organic forms. Click here to discover his other Tara Books.

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Patachitra Art

Patachitra means painting on canvas—Pata is a special canvas made from cloth, and Chitra means painting. The art started around the ancient temple of Puri in Orissa, where artists used to paint the walls with images and stories of the local gods. Click here to discover other Tara projects with Patachitra artists.

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Gond Art

The art of the Gond tribal community in central India is dense yet intricate and rich with meaning. The Gonds are one of India’s largest indigenous communities, and art is central to their lives. Originally painted on walls and floors, Gond art has since found its way to paper and canvas. Click here to discover other Tara projects with Gond artists.

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