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Artist: Putli Ganju

Style: Ganju Sohrai

Year: 2021

Collection No. 1 to 10

Size: 22x30 inches (each)

Medium: Earth colours on handmade paper

Putli's cow & snake

₹25,000.00 Regular Price
₹22,500.00Sale Price
  • Putli Ganju was born in the remote jungle village of Saheda just above the famous rockart cave paintings of Isco. Taught by her mother Bigni, Putli paints in the Ganju style and has since childhood created art works on the mud walls of her village home. She is an internationally acclaimed artist who has exhibited and worked widely in Australia, Europe, England, and Canada. Since 1995 she has been a resident of the Tribal Women Artists’ Cooperative founded by Bulu Imam at Sanskriti Centre in Hazaribagh. She paints wild elephants, tigers, deer, peacocks, pairs of snakes and hunting scenes. Her Sohrai murals “Hunting Scene” (6’x12 feet) is placed in the Art Gallery of New South Wales and “Animals” (6’x12 feet) in the Australian Museum, Sydney. She lives at the Sanskriti Centre, Hazaribagh, where she practices her art.