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Gond (Bird)By Rajendra Kumar Shyam

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US$ 290



Acrylic, Acrylic on paper

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Dimensions: 50.8cm (H) x 71.1cm (W) / 20" (H) x 28" (W)

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Artist Statement

The word Gond comes from Kond, which means green mountains in the Dravidian idiom. Deeply connected with nature and natural elements, Gonds have traditionally drawn inspiration and represented their stories using strong natural elements. Trees, animals, birds, and other environmental representations are probably the most recognizable subject matter in their visual art practice. Gond paintings are known for their rich detail, bright colors, embedded mystery, and a taste of humor. However, these tribal artworks are anything but outdated. Not only do contemporary Gond artists use modern materials and methods but they also brilliantly represent contemporary scenes and concerns while keeping true to age-old traditions and style. This Orginal Painting is by Artist Rajendra Kumar Shaym.


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Artist Profile

Born: 1982
Hometown: Bhopal
Based in: Madhya Pradesh

Born in Patangarh on July 20, 1982, Rajendra Kumar Shyam is an established Gond artist. The Gonds are a folk indigenous to the Gondwana region. They express themselves through song, dance, and festivals. Their art form draws from the wildlife and forests surrounding them, and replicates the vibrant hues and …


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