Warli Paintings: <i>A Hidden Faith. In conversation with Subhash Nathu Sutar</i>

Warli Paintings: A Hidden Faith. In conversation with Subhash Nathu Sutar


INTRODUCTION
Warli has been described as the art of the living. Unlike other folk traditions, it depicts not epics nor mythologies but the daily struggles and successes of the warli people, their lives dictated by climatic and seasonal changes. Austere in appearance, of stark palette, the paintings are neither. They are joyous and energetic, a celebration of life.

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