APL Shree Krishna Leela Painting

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  • Traditional pattachitra from Odisha
  • Depicts Raas Leela of Lord Krishna
  • Made by Ashitabh Nayak
  • Supported by Aantour Art & Crafts
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An artistic endeavour

 

Established in 2010 by Aayan Malhotra, Aantour Art & Craft s is a tribute to Odisha’s unique and traditional art and craft. Malhotra is a 29-year old entrepreneur with an altruistic vision of growth to make India smile with prosperity.

Before his foray into art, Aayan Malhotra started with Aantour Private Limit...

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About Aantour Art & Crafts , Kolkata

An artistic endeavour

 

Established in 2010 by Aayan Malhotra, Aantour Art & Craft s is a tribute to Odisha’s unique and traditional art and craft. Malhotra is a 29-year old entrepreneur with an altruistic vision of growth to make India smile with prosperity.

Before his foray into art, Aayan Malhotra started with Aantour Private Limited, a tour and travel company, providing affordable religious packages to the common man. Now five years later, eight new businesses and companies flourish under this banner. The company is today a leading gallery and exporter of Indian arts and paintings.

With a production capacity of 1,000 pieces a  month, Aantour Art & Crafts supports skilled, unskilled, and freelance artists engaged in pattachitra paintings and art involving appliqué work, brass, white metal, silver, wood, horn, seashell and stone.

The budding enterprise is also part of various philanthropic activities for members of Odisha’s rural society. The company provides employment opportunities to rural village women and Self Help Group (SHG) foundations.  

 

Specialities

 

Aantour Art & Crafts specialises in pattachitra paintings. Patta means cloth and chitra means picture. Pattachitra is the time-honoured art of cloth-based scroll painting from Odisha. Traditionally, these paintings depict stories of Hindu deities. Painters use organic colours and pigments, which are a favourite with organic art lovers and collectors the world over.

Buyers get sharp, finished paintings with bright colours and fine detailing. The artworks are as traditional as they are sophisticated and suit almost all kind of decor and furnishings.

 

Specifications of APL Shree Krishna Leela Painting

TYPE
  • Organic colours
STYLE
  • Pattachitra
SUBJECT
  • Figure
SPECIFICATIONS

 

  • Orientation: landscape
  • Medium: organic colours
  • Sub-medium: cloth
  • Height: 15.74 in
  • Width: 27.5 in
  • Region of origin: Odisha
FRAME
  • Not provided
MORE ABOUT THE ARTWORK

The Ashitabh Nayak Shree Krishna Leela Painting depicts Raas Leela, also called the Dance of Divine Love. Raas Leela paintings always depict Lord Krishna in the centre surrounded by gopis or his women devotees as they all sing and dance. The love expressed in Raas Leela is spiritual and Lord Krishna and the gopis transcend to a blissful state. The tradition of pattachitra painting in Odisha dates back to 12th century AD, when the Lord Jagannath Temple was constructed in Puri. This style of painting involves painting on different textures of cloth with earthy, organic pigments and colours.

ABOUT THE STUDIO

Aantour Arts & Crafts is a leading gallery and exporter of Indian arts and paintings. With a production capacity of 1,000 pieces a month, the gallery, owned by Aantour Private Limited, supports skilled, unskilled, and freelance artists engaged in pattachitra paintings and art involving appliqué work, brass, white metal, silver, wood, horn, seashell and stone. The enterprise is also a part of various philanthropic activities that benefit Odisha’s rural craftsmen.

DISPLAY SUGGESTIONS
  • Use it as a wall painting, table or entrance decoration
  • Hang it in your prayer room
  • Add serenity to your drawing room with this spiritual art
  • Hang it in your bedroom to attract positive energy
  • Display against light or dark background
  • Complement it with other artefacts, paintings, or decor of similar themes
MAINTENANCE TIPS
  • Keep away from moisture and sunlight
  • Frame the painting
  • Wipe with a dry sponge or soft cloth
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