Representation of Lord Ganesha: Kerala Mural by Adarsh


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Dimensions : H: 36 W: 60 (in)
Medium : Acrylic Colors on Canvas

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Renowned artist Adarsh in the Kerala Mural art gracefully illustrates Lord Ganesha as a central figure, accompanied by sages. In many Kerala mural paintings, Ganesha is depicted alongside sages or rishis. Sages in Hinduism are considered highly wise and knowledgeable individuals who have delved deep into spiritual and philosophical matters. By placing Lord Ganesha alongside sages, the artwork symbolizes the idea that wisdom and divine blessings go hand in hand. Ganesha is believed to provide guidance and intellect, which are essential for spiritual and worldly pursuits. Artistically, the combination of Lord Ganesha and sages can provide a balanced and visually appealing composition. Ganesha's distinct form with an elephant head and a pot belly contrasts well with the serene and contemplative appearance of the sages, creating a harmonious blend of form and symbolism.


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    Artist

    Adarsh

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    Adarsh's artistic odyssey commenced as he delved into the captivating world of Kerala Mural painting under Guruvayur's guidance from 2003 to 2008. Transforming into an art conservation champion, he ardently collaborated with governmental entities and UNESCO to safeguard Kerala's exquisite mural heritage, ensuring its legacy endures. Spanning the golden era of the 15th to 19th centuries, these murals, characterized by their distinctive techniques and aesthetic allure, embody a fusion of natural beauty, elegance, and profound devotion—a testament to Adarsh's dedication in preserving the cultural tapestry of Kerala through his artistic endeavors.

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    Kerala Mural


    The earliest of Kerala murals adorn the walls of the Thirunandhikara Cave Temple in present day Tamil Nadu. Most of the noted mural works of Kerala were done between the 15th and 19th centuries and some even dating back to the 8th century. The murals of Kerala evolved through the significant influences of ancient Dravidian rituals like Kalamezhuthu and Patayani. The oldest of the murals found in Kerala are those in the Thirunandikkara Cave temple now a part of Kanyakumari district in the neighbouring State of Tamil Nadu. The largest mural panel in Kerala called the Gajendra Moksha is at the Krishnapuram Palace near Kayamkulam in Alappuzha district. Extensive murals depicting scenes from the Hindu epics, the Ramayana and the Bhagavatha are preserved at the Mattancherry Palace in Ernakulam district. The murals of the Shiva Temple at Ettumanoor provide insights into the earliest forms of Dravidian mural art.  Traditional murals used panchavarana (Sanskrit: five colours) exclusively i.e. red, yellow, green, black and white,[white being the colour of the wall itself. Colours are prepared from vegetable and mineral pigments. Red is derived from red laterite, yellow is derived from yellow laterite, white from lime, and black from oil-lamp soot. Leaves of Neelamari plant are squeezed and the extract is used after drying up to be mixed with Eravikkara for obtaining the green pigment. Wooden utensils are used for mixing the colours and the binding medium used is derived from tender coconut water and extracts from the Neem tree  The characters in the murals are coloured according to their characteristics as illustrated in the relevant Hindu mythological scriptures. Spiritual, divine and dharmic characters (satwika) are depicted in shades of green. Those influenced towards power & materialistic wealth (rajasic) are painted in shades of red to golden yellow. Evil, wicked and mean characters (tamasic) are generally painted in white or black.



    Product Details

    Title
    Representation of Lord Ganesha: Kerala Mural by Adarsh
    Vendor
    Adarsh Appukkuttan
    Art Style
    Kerala Mural
    Medium
    Acrylic Colors
    Size
    Large
    Dimension
    36 in(H) X 60 in(W)
    Themes
    Ganesha, Religious, Hindu
    Color
    Red, Orange, Green, Multicoloured
    Country of Origin
    Kerala, India
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