SOHRAI ART PAINTING- Fishes
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Material: Natural colour on Handmade sheet.
Colours: Brown, Yellow, and Black
Popular in Hazaribagh region of Jharkhand, the folk art draws heavily from the forest life. This paintings shows a pair of fishes with two young ones swimming and dancing in the forest lake.
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