₹ 575,000(exclusive of taxes)

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Size - 11.75" x 15.75"
Medium - Acrylic on Canvas

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 canvas needs to breathe, if it is framed under glass you may trap moisture inside the frame. Canvases experience small, subtle shifts over time due to mild atmospheric changes, so it is best to leave them without glass 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.

Thota Vaikuntam

Thota Vaikuntam was born in 1942 in Boorugupalli, Karimnagar District, Telengana. Notable for his portrayal of Telangana women, in a career that spanned nearly four decades, he has been regarded as one of the most prominent figurative painters of today. Vaikuntam spent most of his childhood in the intensely rustic surroundings of Telangana. Within this rural cycle of life, Vaikuntam learned to appreciate the simplicity, beauty, and innocence of the village people. Home to weavers and farmers, his village, will be his constant source of inspiration throughout his career. The endless spectrum of village life became his main theme and the modern concept of distortion as part of his style. His rich palette and easily recognizable faces and figures have given his artwork acceptability; paintings that are strikingly modern without any allegiance to anything usually associated with modernity. His art is showcased both in India and abroad, he travels extensively along with his art shows and his paintings have become a status symbol. He lives in Hyderabad with his wife and three children.


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