Mystical Radha-Krishna backdrops: bengal pattachitra Plate art by Hasir Chitrakar

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Dimensions : Dia: 24 Inch
Medium : Acrylic Colors on Aluminum

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Hasir Chitrakar depicts Radha Krishna Scene occupiyng the central stage amidst the diverse scences alongwith the Gopis in individual segments. Through the depiction of Radha Krishna scenes, Kalighat plate artist Hasir Chitrakar conveys timeless and cultural traditions, providing a sense of continuity and identity. Radha and Krishna are the iconic figures in Hindu mythology, capturing the essense of their divine love and devotion serves as objects of reverence and helps to inspire devotion amongst veiwers. The additional scenes of the duo with the gopis showcase Krishna's mischievous nature, his playful interactions with the gopis, and their responses, emphasizing versatile nature of divine-human bond, incorporating elements of joy and friendship.

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Hasir Chitrakar, hailing from Naya, West Bengal, is an accomplished artist renowned for his expertise in Bengal Pattachitra and Kalighat styles. With a rich artistic lineage as the son of Manoranjan Chitrakar, Hasir has been immersed in the world of painting since the tender age of 8. His passion for the craft runs deep, evident in his dedication to preserving and showcasing traditional art forms.

One of Hasir's notable achievements includes creating a stunning mural adorning the walls of the Pingla police station. However, his artistic endeavors extend beyond his hometown, as he has traveled to various cities like Delhi and Chennai, participating in exhibitions alongside his father. Hasir's favorite project remains his time spent teaching Kalighat and Bengal Pattachitra at an educational center in Kanpur, reflecting his commitment to passing down his craft to future generations. In his Kalighat paintings, Hasir often depicts deities and celestial beings, infusing his artwork with spiritual and cultural significance. Additionally, he showcases his versatility by exploring other mediums such as Chauk Pot and wall plate paintings, adding depth and diversity to his artistic repertoire.

Bengal Pattachitra

The Bengal Pattachitra is a visual and oral art tradition practised by the Patuas or Chitrakars of West Bengal. Islamic by faith, Patua artists represent a unique and secular art tradition. They earn their livelihood by telling stories from Hindu Mythology, local folklores, Sufi tradition and contemporary themes through paintings and songs. Though the origin of the Patua tradition has been difficult to trace for art historians, some claim the oral form goes back all the way to the 10th or 11th century CE!  

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Mystical Radha-Krishna backdrops: bengal pattachitra Plate art by Hasir Chitrakar
Hasir Chitrakar
Art Style
Bengal Pattachitra
Acrylic Colors
24 in(H) X 24 in(W)
Radha Krishna, Gopis, Hindu
Red, Yellow, Black, Multicoloured
Country of Origin
West Bengal, India

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