Depicting Lord Srinathji of Nathdwara, this Pichvai has ben painted on cloth using natural stone colors and a traditional painting process that is passed down from father to son.
This well-rendered piece has been made recently.
Although this is not old, it is a well drawn painting and the colors are all natural pigments
The gold paint on this Pichvai is not Varak work.
MEASUREMENT : 125cm x 96cm
LITERATURE REFERENCE :
1. Older Examples from the National Museum, Delhi, are seen in the book "Costumes, Textiles and Jewellery of India - Traditions in Rajasthan" by Vandana Bhandari
2. Page 14 'Indian Textiles' by John Gillow & Nicholas Barnard
3. Page 11, "Tradition and beyond, Handcrafted Indian Textiles" by Rta Kapur Chishti / Rahul Jain