The trees & the Warlis Co-exist – Ii (Warli Painting)


The Warli painting by Malti Bahotha, titled “The Trees & the Warlis Co-Exist – II,” vividly depicts Warli houses and trees, seamlessly interwoven to symbolize the unity of human and natural habitats. In this artwork, trees and houses alternate, illustrating that trees serve as homes for creatures just as houses do for humans. There are no boundaries separating the houses from the trees, emphasizing the interconnectedness of all life forms. The trees frame the Warli houses, with humans, animals, birds, and other creatures coexisting harmoniously in a single, unified world. This painting eloquently captures the essence of Warli culture and its deep respect for nature.

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Dimensions 10 × 22.5 in


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