Full view of Hunting Procession Painting on Palm Leaf
Closer view of a hunting procession in Pattachitra Painting
Closer view of a hunting procession in Pattachitra Painting
Closer view of people accompanying the King or noblemen with elephants and dogs in this Pattcahitra Painitng
Back side of the Hunting Procession Painting on Palm Leaf

Pattachitra de procesión de caza en hoja de palma

Pattachitra impreso en hoja de palma de Odisha | 7.8 in x 3.8 in

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La caza ha permanecido con nosotros desde hace millones de años junto con otras actividades productoras de alimentos y ahora se rige por estrictas leyes para proteger la vida silvestre y el ecosistema forestal.

Esta pintura es una ilustración simple e interesante de las múltiples facetas de nuestra sociedad primitiva.

En la antigüedad, una procesión de caza consistía en un viaje de varios días con muchas personas que acompañaban al rey oa los nobles con elefantes, caballos y perros que acampaban en la jungla, mientras perseguían la caza. Popularmente se llevaban perros, con el fin de orientarlos, protegerlos y alertarlos.

Desde hace mucho tiempo, la caza se ha practicado como parte de la ganadería, protegiendo los cultivos de animales dañinos, demostrando habilidades guerreras y también como una actividad de ocio.

  • Esta pintura o chitra está pintada sobre una hoja de palma, de ahí el nombre Talapattachitra .
  • Es una obra de arte impresa de una pintura original a mano de un artista auténtico de Odisha.
  • Los estados indios de Bengala Occidental y Odisha tienen su propio estilo de pintar Pattachitras y difieren en el uso de motivos, y el gobierno le ha otorgado una etiqueta de indicador geográfico a cada estilo. de la India.

* Cuanto más fina es la obra de arte, más valor agrega a la pintura.

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Pattachitra, one of the oldest folk art traditions of India, is still practised in Odisha and West Bengal.

Pattachitra is a Sanskrit word derived from patta, meaning canvas or cloth or palm leaf; and chitra, meaning picture. This style of hand-painting was originated in Odisha in 12th century BC, i.e. more than 3000 years ago, and it started when Odiya painters or patuas started drawing paintings as temple offerings.

Pattachitra's theme mostly revolves around Hindu deities and various mythological stories associated with them. These are drawn using rich, colorful & creative motifs in well-defined poses.

In earlier times, artists themselves used to prepare the canvas for their artwork and make colors from shells, dyes, turmeric root, organic lac, minerals, etc. Nowadays, they use high quality artist grade professional colors available in the market.

Historically, this art style was done by only men, but now women and even young girls are also taking up this art form and creating beautiful art pieces.

Laxmi Meher is one such woman artist from BolangirTown in Odisha. She has won State Award from Chief Minister of Odisha in 1990 for her proficiency and dedication towards the art form. And later she also won Master Craftsman National Award from the President of India in 2005.

Interestingly, pattachitra is as old as new! And since last few decades, it has gained interest, appreciation and buyers from across the globe. Read more

Image Credits: Laxmi Meher | CC BY-SA 4.0, Lord Jagannath Pattachitra Wall Painting | CC BY-SA 4.0