SriKrishna in Pichwai by Shehzaad Ali Sherani


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Size : Large
Dimensions : H-48 | W-36 inches
Medium : Poster Colors on Cloth

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This Pichwai painting by Shehzad Ali Sherani showcases Lord Krishna as the central figure, captivating all with his melodious flute-playing in the idyllic setting of Vrindavan. Krishna stands surrounded by lush green trees and graceful peacocks, adding vibrancy and life to the scene. His divine presence and musical charm draw the viewer's attention immediately. Encircling Krishna and the natural landscape is a detailed frame depicting cows and more peacocks, symbolizing the pastoral beauty and harmony of Vrindavan. This inner frame is further enclosed by an outer floral border, intricately designed with multiple flowers arranged in a uniform vertical and horizontal pattern. The floral frame enhances the painting's richness and depth, creating a sense of layered beauty. The meticulous craftsmanship and vivid colors of the Pichwai painting highlight the cultural and spiritual significance of Lord Krishna, celebrating his role as the beloved deity of music and nature. This artwork not only illustrates the serenity of Vrindavan but also brings to life the joyous and divine aura of Krishna's presence.


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Shehzaad Ali Sherani is a highly esteemed artist hailing from the artistic town of Kishangarh. His dedication and mastery in the realm of Pichwai and Kishangarh art have earned him numerous accolades, including the prestigious State Award and the Rajasthan Lalit Kala Academi Commendation certificate.

Shehzaad Ali Sherani's artistic journey has been greatly influenced by the expert guidance of Padmashri Kripal Singh Shekhawat, under whom he learned and honed his craft. What makes his artistic journey even more remarkable is the involvement of his young son, Faizan, who collaborates closely with him to extend the reach of their art to a global audience.

Shehzaad ji, affectionately known as 'Bhaiyyaji' (Elder Brother), is a true stalwart in the world of art. At the age of 75, his unwavering commitment to his craft is evident in his daily routine. He begins his day at 5 am and paints with dedication until 7 pm. His devotion to perfecting his art can be seen in every stroke of the paintbrush, every pot of color, and every exquisite painting he creates.

Furthermore, Shehzaad Ji has played a pivotal role in reviving the Kishangarh school of art, a testament to his dedication to preserving the heritage and tradition of this art form. His beautiful home and studio are a reflection of his passion, with every nook and cranny showcasing the essence of his artistry.

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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
SriKrishna in Pichwai by Shehzaad Ali Sherani
Artist
Shehzaad Ali Sherani
Art Style
Pichwai Art
Medium
Poster Colors
Size
Large
Dimension
48 in(H) X 36 in(W)
Themes
Krishna
Color
Multicoloured
Country of Origin
Rajasthan, India

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