Dazzling Dance of Krishna and Gopis:Pichwai painting by Jayesh Sharma


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Dimensions : H-60(in); W-60(in)
Medium : Natural Colors on Canvas

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Jayesh Sharma portrays a resplendent painting in which Lord Krishna commands the spotlight, his divine presence at the very core of a joyful and spirited celebration. At the heart of this captivating composition stands Lord Krishna, the celestial maestro and eternal flutist. His dark, enchanting complexion gleams in the ambient light as he cradles the enchanting flute in his tender hand. His eyes radiate with transcendent joy, a reflection of the boundless love he shares with his beloved gopis. Krishna takes centre stage, embodying the eternal muse of devotion and delight. Surrounding Krishna is a jubilant circle of gopis, their attire a symphony of vibrant reds. Each gopi is adorned in resplendent garments, their vibrant dresses swirling with each graceful movement. Outside the circle, gopis become musicians, their drums and veenas creating celestial melodies that merge seamlessly with the enchanting tunes of Krishna's flute. The harmonious fusion of music and dance elevates the scene to a state of divine ecstasy. In this artwork, the artist portrays a jubilant celebration, capturing the eternal essence of Krishna's love story with the gopis and inviting all to partake in the symphony of divine ecstasy.


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Jayesh Sharma ji, who resides in Nathdwara, Rajasthan, has been a Pichwai artist for more than 38 years, and his family has been practising this art for 400 years as well, with 9 generations of his family being Pichwai painters and linked with the temple in Nathdwara. He is currently teaching his children to carry on the family legacy. He enjoys experimenting with his paintings while keeping the beliefs and tale untouched. He considers his profession to be a commitment and as a responsibility towards soceity. One of his favourite themes is the Annakut festivities. His grandfather's Gangaramji Sharma's art was on exhibit at Mumbai's Bhuleshwar temple. His paintings can be seen in the Shrinathji temple in Nathdwara and Udaipur, the Badrinath temple in Manasa, Madhya Pradesh, the Dakor temple in Gujarat, and the Bada Mandir Haveli in Mumbai. Indra Daman Goswami ji has awarded him a Prasashti Patra for his services to the Lord's Wall at Nathdwara. He clearly embodies the adage, "Allow your passion to become your mission, and it will one day become your vocation."

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Pichwai Art


Pichwai art (also known as pichhavai, pichhvai, pechhavai etc) is a traditional form of painting that originated in Nathdwara, Rajasthan. These paintings are typically used as decorative backdrops in Hindu temples, particularly those dedicated to Lord Shrinathji or Krishna. Pichwai literally means ‘that which hangs from the back’ and comes from the Sanskrit words ‘Pich – back and Wais- hanging. Other than its artistic appeal, it is created with the intention to narrate the tales of Krishna to its devotees. History and Tradition The origins of Pichwai art date back to the late 17th century when the Nathdwara temple was established in Rajasthan. These were traditionally commissioned by the temple priests for religious worship and ceremonies and often narrate the stories of Krishna's life, like his childhood Leela, the Raas Leela, Govardhan Leela, and other significant events. Other subjects depicted are the changing seasons, with detailed representations of flora, fauna, and traditional Rajasthani architecture. Techniques  Pichwai paintings are known for their detailed work and vivid use of colors. Traditionally, the paintings are created on cloth or canvas using natural dyes and pigments. Artists begin with the sketch of the painting and later natural colours are filled with brushes. Occasionally, they are enhanced by adding gems and crystals. Gold and silver leaf are also used to add a touch of opulence to the paintings. Shehzaad Ali Sherani, Dinesh Soni, Sushil Soni, and Jayesg Sharma are some of the notable artists dedicated to this exquisite art form.     



Product Details

Title
Dazzling Dance of Krishna and Gopis:Pichwai painting by Jayesh Sharma
Artist
Jayesh Sharma
Art Style
Pichwai Art
Medium
Natural Colors
Size
Large
Dimension
60 in(H) X 60 in(W)
Themes
Krishna, Gopis, Peacock
Color
Multicoloured
Country of Origin
Rajasthan, India

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