Laal Phula: Terracotta Art by Dinesh Molela


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Dinesh Molela
Size : Medium
Dimensions : H: 1.3(ft) by W: 0.8(ft) | H: 15(in) by W: 10(in)
Medium : Sculpture on clay

About the Artwork +

For fifteen generations Dinesh ji's family have practised the tradition of making terracotta plaques of traditional Hindu Deities. Molela is known in the area as a 'potters village' as there are about 30 families from the Kumhar caste producing pottery. 

DETAILS

  • Size: 15 by 10 inches 
  • Price is for unframed artwork and artwork would be sent without a frame
  • Terracotta work by Dinesh Molela
  • The image shown here is representative to help visualise the artwork in a home setting and not an actual framed image


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Made To Order artworks will take 2-3 weeks to be made and shipped once they are ready. Returns are not applicable on Made To Order artworks.


Colour Disclaimer+

All artworks on the website are hand painted from scratch by our master artists. That makes every artwork absolutely unique and the actual colour and overall artwork may vary slightly from the artwork image posted here.


Art Form

Terracotta

Teracotta art has been practised in India for thousands of years, dating back to the Indus Valley civilization. Clay is used to make earthenware, figurines, and other ornamental items. Clay is dried and then fried at extremely high temperatures to allow it to take shape. The artform also has a spiritual importance, as it is claimed in Hinduism that this material uses the five components of the universe: air, water, fire, ether, and earth. States including as Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, and Rajasthan have a long and illustrious history with the art form.



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