A paradigm of the victory of the good over the evils, the tribal folkart figurine is a fine repository of the Indian tribal culture and traditions. Goddess Durga was born out the collective energies of all the leading gods and goddesses to kill the demon Mahishasura who conquered the three worlds. The figure has been brought out in the lost wax casting method which reveals a deeper sense of artistry and skill of the Adivasi Murtikar (tribal sculptor).
This work of metal art in Dhokra tradition portrays Lord Vishnu in his fifth incarnation of a dwarf Hindu priest called Vamana. The sculpture of the Lord in Brass alloy holds characteristic round umbrella in one hand and stands on a minimally adorned rectangular metal base. The statue with accentuated jewelry and clothing appears rather simple yet intriguing, hence differently captivating.
- Product Code :366
- Material :White Marble, Special Note: Requires 5 weeks to finish and Ship
- Size : 36"
A magic scripted on marble, the beautiful image of Lord hanuman reveals a rare sense of minuscule treatment of the object on the part of the sculptor. The smoothness as well as the gracefulness of the figure is a manifest testimony of beauty and devotion. Lord hanuman’s deep devotion to Lord Rama is being clearly portrayed in the figure. Cut out of a single block of marble, the figure has some dazzling 22-karat gold work on the forehead of Hanuman.
Special Note: Made to order, requires 5 weeks to finish and Ship, before shipping we will send images of the finished statue for the approval from your side, please note that the image is indicative a slight diference is to be expected a better finsh is assured.