Tree in Gazipur Wall Hanging by Md. Matim

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Dimensions : H: 40 | W: 38 Inches

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Md. Matim's traditional Gazipur wall hanging captures the essence of nature through its intricate embroidery of a majestic tree. Inspired by the surrounding landscapes and daily life in Gazipur, Matim infuses his artwork with the beauty and vitality of the natural world. The tree serves as a symbol of resilience and growth, reflecting the harmonious relationship between humans and their environment in Gazipur. Through his meticulous stitching, Matim brings the tree to life, with each leaf and branch meticulously rendered to convey a sense of depth and texture.

The Gazipur wall hanging is a testament to Matim's skill and attention to detail, as he painstakingly embroiders every element of the tree with precision and care. Each stitch represents a moment of connection between the artist and his subject, as Matim draws inspiration from the rhythms of daily life and the ever-changing beauty of nature. The process of creating the wall hanging involves selecting the finest materials and employing traditional embroidery techniques passed down through generations. As Matim works on his masterpiece, he imbues it with his own unique artistic vision, resulting in a captivating portrayal of Gazipur's natural landscape that resonates with viewers and celebrates the timeless beauty of nature.

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    In the heart of Ghazipur, Mohammad Matim weaves dreams into tangible art, stepping into the legacy of generational craftsmanship, imbibed by his father, tracing back three generations. Anchored within the close-knit fabric of the community, their family thrives in the artistic narrative. Rooted in Banaras, his father, Kaishar Jahan Ahmed, earned accolades, holding the esteemed State Award and a coveted Master Trainer certificate. With a palate of experience spanning 5 to 6 years, Mohammad's adoration blossoms for the Fountain House, an enchanting creation that breathes life into scenes depicting tranquil fountains and serene trees, exuding an air of peace.

    In Mohammad's canvas, the muses range from animals, landscapes, and trees to the alluring charm of houses, all meticulously designed by his hand. His creative spirit resonates with vibrant, multicolored themes, adorned with depictions of both Muslim and Hindu deities. Despite the richness of their craft, the hurdle lies not in creation but in the challenge of sales. However, Mohammad envisions a path forward, a journey that stretches beyond recognition and into the heart of Ghazipur's quaint villages, where his artistry, born from the smallest of spaces, leaves an indelible mark, painting a picture of beauty amidst simplicity, inviting the world to witness the beauty that arises from the union of skill, tradition, and an unyielding passion for art.

    Ghazipur Wall Hanging

    Ghazipur wall hangings are an exquisite form of textile art originating from the small city of Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh, India. However, this craft is now practiced in places like Mirzapur, Varanasi, and Chandauli with more than 3000 families engaged in this art. The characteristic features of this craft are defined by its vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and fine embroidery. Tradition and Legend The tradition of Ghazipur wall hangings dates back centuries with skilled artisans using traditional techniques passed down through generations. Initially, they were created for decorative purposes in homes, temples, and other sacred spaces, serving as both decorations and symbols of prosperity. There are also tales like there was once a skilled weaver who inspired by the natural beauty of his area began crafting textiles with subjects like Ghazipur's landscapes, traditions, and legends. Over time he got recognized for his exquisite craft and that led to the establishment of Ghazipur as a centre for textile craft. Craftsmanship Details Artisans use a variety of materials, including silk, jute, cotton, and metallic threads in multiple colors, to create elaborate motifs inspired by nature, mythology, and religious symbolism. The designs often feature elements such as flowers, birds, animals, and geometric patterns, each meticulously crafted to excellence. The process of making Ghazipur wall hangings involves several intricate steps, including bleaching, dyeing, weaving, and embroidery. Natural yarns are bleached to whiten it, then they are dyed using hot or cold water depending on the requirements. After drying them up, they are processed for weaving in pit looms. Intricate designs that cannot be woven are embroidered later with silk and jute. Overall, Ghazipur wall hangings are the amalgamation of various weaving and embroidery styles in connection with their creative and aesthetic significance.

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