Tribal Art – Warli Painting

Tribal Art – Warli Painting


Made In: India
Sku/Item #: 1166
Availability: In stock

Original – not signed

Traditional village scene & procession

Made on canvas paper

Size: 11.25″x15″ (rust & white),  14″x22.25″ (black & white)

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Product Information

“Warli” comes from “warla” which means a piece of land or a field.  The tribe has maintained its traditions and cultures despite being in such close proximity to Mumbai, the largest metropolis in India.

Warli Art was first discovered in the early seventies, its roots may be traced back to 10th century AD.  Through their paintings the Warli tribesman express their daily life and social events. They decorate the mud walls of their homes with rudimentary shapes like circles, triangles and squares with white paint and magically transforming these shapes into defined shapes depicting daily activities like hunting, dancing and harvesting

Where It Was Made

Warli paintings are folk paintings of Maharashtra, India.

Who It Was Made By

Warli is the name of the largest tribe found on the northern outskirts of Mumbai, in Western India.  The Warli tribesman’s native language is “Varli” or “Konkani”.  Being close to Gujarat, it is influnced by Gujarati.

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Procession, Village scene


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