Tiger in Gond by Gareeba Singh Tekam

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Dimensions : H- 54 | W- 71 inches
Medium : Acrylic Colors on Canvas

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This beautiful Gond painting by the artist Gareeba Singh Tekam portrays striking Gond artwork where tigers are depicted with exquisite attention to detail, their sleek bodies and piercing eyes conveying both strength and grace. The bold, black lines that define the tigers' forms are characteristic of Gond art, creating a stark contrast against the fiery orange backdrop. The use of this color symbolizes the tigers' fiery presence and also the significance of these creatures in Indian culture, where they are often revered as symbols of strength, courage, and protection.

Incorporating elements of traditional Gond art, the depiction of the tigers within the painting is a testament to the Gond tribal community's deep connection with nature and their surrounding environment. Through intricate patterns and vibrant colors, Gond artists like Gareeba Singh Tekam infuse their work with the essence of tribal life, folklore, and mythology. Each stroke of the brush or pen carries the legacy of generations, as Gond art has been passed down orally and visually from one artist to another.

The depiction of tigers in Gond art often holds symbolic significance, representing not only the physical presence of these majestic creatures but also embodying deeper spiritual and cultural meanings within the Gond community. This painting celebrates the magnificence of these endangered big cats while also paying homage to the rich artistic heritage of the Gond people. The vivid orange background serves as a powerful canvas for the tigers' portrayal, making this piece a visual ode to the beauty and significance of both Gond art and these creatures in the wild.

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Gareeba Singh Tekam, a distinguished Gond Artist hailing from Dindhori, Patangarh, Madhya Pradesh, has dedicated 25-30 years to mastering the intricate art form of Gond painting. Influenced by his family legacy, Gareeba learned the art from the renowned pioneer of Gond painting, Jangadh Singh Shyam. Alongside his wife and daughter, he passionately continues this artistic tradition, primarily receiving national recognition while occasionally garnering international acclaim.

Despite limited formal education up to the 6th grade, Gareeba's artistic prowess shines through his vibrant creations, which often depict the enchanting beauty of nature. His largest masterpiece, a stunning 10 feet by 8 feet painting showcased at the Taj Hotel during the Dastakar Haat Committee event, highlights his deep connection to the environment. While Gareeba predominantly paints on canvas and paper, his versatility extends to various materials, ensuring his captivating narratives find expression on walls and fabrics alike. Fueled by a desire to preserve cultural heritage and share stories from the annals of history through his art, Gareeba remains steadfast in his commitment to both tradition and innovation, inspiring future generations to cherish their roots amidst the rapid pace of modernization.


Gond art is a traditional form of painting practiced by the Gond tribal communities of central India, primarily in the states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. It is characterized by its vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and depictions of nature, animals, and tribal life. From peacocks, and elephants, to an ant, each creation tells a story and reflects the close relation of the Gond people with their environment. Artists use fine lines and dots to create elaborate motifs, often incorporating elements of folklore, mythology, and spirituality into their designs. The art form was passed down orally from generation to generation, with artists using natural materials like leaves, mud, and charcoal to create elaborate designs on walls, floors, and other surfaces. Details According to Gond mythology, the art of painting originated from the Gondi deity, Devi Maoli. It is believed by the Gond people that Devi Maoli taught the first Gond artist, the secrets of painting during a dream. Since then, Gond art has been considered a sacred form of expression by its practitioners. Gond people believe that good images are the harbinger of good luck so they decorate their houses with traditional motifs. Gond art has gained international recognition for its unique aesthetic appeal and cultural significance. An interesting fact about Gond is that each artist has a distinctive signature style. For them, the ethos of life is a mixture of myth and reality, of organic and inorganic forms.  

Product Details

Tiger in Gond by Gareeba Singh Tekam
Gareeba Singh Tekam
Art Style
Acrylic Colors
54 in(H) X 71 in(W)
Black, Blue, Multicoloured
Country of Origin
Madhya Pradesh, India

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