Antique 19th-century Kalamkari Floral Decor Curtain Panel
It's very old piece , very amazing colours. Very good condition for age. The kalamkari is a traditional pictorial art of Andhra Pradesh in southern India. It is a web of unbleached cotton, hand-painted with a Kalam, cut bamboo with a cloth serving as a reservoir, using vegetable dyes. "Kalam" is in Telugu, the language of the state, "the pen" and "kari" means "art" or "hand". Traditional topics are the representation of epic and the Puranas (Indian mythology) and floral motifs. Over the ages, the iconography is enriched according to the tastes of buyers, and imagination of the artist: Mughal miniatures, trees of life, Persian carpets, scenes of everyday life. Perfect for hanging, sofa, canopy, bed. The item "ANTIQUE 19TH-CENTURY KALAMKARI FLORAL DECOR CURTAIN PANEL" is in sale since Sunday, January 8, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Linens & Textiles (Pre-1930)\Fabric\Cotton". The seller is "madame-soussou" and is located in Argens Minervois. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.