My Flower

₹ 22,400(exclusive of taxes)

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Details :
Size - 3" x 9.5"
Medium - Print-Etching on Zinc Plate

This artwork is accompanied by an
Authenticity Certificate


Keep your artworks out of direct sunlight. Do not lean anything against the surface of a canvas. Dust your artworks with a clean, soft rag occasionally to prevent dust buildup. Don't use cleaning products or water! Hang your artworks away from very busy and possibly messy areas. Try to avoid subjecting your artworks to extreme changes in atmosphere. Avoid excessive dryness, humidity, heat or cold. Do not frame artworks on canvas under glass, because canvases need to breathe; if it is framed, moisture may be trapped inside. Canvases experience small, subtle shifts over time due to mild atmospheric changes, so, it is best to leave them unframed to allow them to flow with these slight changes.

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All Kadari orders are carefully packed to provide ample protection and care to your artworks. The shipping rates are calculated based on the size and weight of the artwork and will be displayed on checkout.

The authenticity certificate will be shipped separately and will arrive a week after the delivery of the requested artwork.

Krishna Reddy Munhintala

Born in Telangana, India. Krishna Reddy started his art-practice with Fine Arts Education; He has completed his BFA -Painting at JNFU, MFA-Printmaking at Sarojini Naidu School University of Hyderabad. In search of self and professional growth worked under Professor K. Laxma Goud; later established a Printmaking Studio at Hyderabad. In these 30 years of his artistic pursuit he has successfully and extensively exhibited in 25 groups shows, 3 solo shows, 25 Exhibitions. His works are part of several private and public collections in India and Internationally. His passion of working with the different mediums takes him a long journey of new discoveries, in the process he has discovered his own roots which is where he come from; elements and cues of Bhagyanagar-Hyderabad is predominantly evident in his past and present series of Drawings, Paintings, Etchings the earlier artworks are created using printmaking as chief medium, are metaphoric representations of beauty of nature and sexuality. As an Artist he perceives nature as source of all creative instincts and also his identity of the place where he belongs to, thus�his aesthetic scene is transforming these mental pictures into visual language..


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