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The Tree of Horns

The Tree of Horns

Ramsingh Urveti

Sometimes a tree is actually a deer.

Luminous trees take root on paper in this new collection of art prints. Rendered in the intricate Pardhan Gond style from Madhya Pradesh in central India, these illustrations were originally featured in one of our bestselling titles, The Night Life of Trees.

Each print is silkscreen-printed by hand on paper recycled from cotton waste. The silkscreen process is a classic technique of printing where layers of ink are transferred onto the surface of paper through mesh screens. The process requires precision and care, each print contains as many layers as it does colours.

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Screenprinted & signed

limited edition art print

$ 175.00

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Weight 100.0 g
Dimensions 560 × 430 × 1 mm
EAN

7110765550320

Printing

Silkscreen-printed

Paper

200 gsm – handmade from recycled cotton waste

Edition

Limited edition of 500

Packing

Protective mailing tube

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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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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.