Shyam Sunder Yadav

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Moonlight_and_Pluff_Mud

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Man and Woman
48" X 36"
$1,100.00
Mother & Son
36" X 48"
$1,100.00
The Queen of the Water
48" X 36"
$1,100.00
napal map
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Worship
36" X 48"
$1,100.00

Village Life
36" X 48"
$1,100.00 

BIOGRAPHY

Shyam Sunder Yadav was raised in Kathmandu, Nepal, where he said his art was inspired by his culture and civilization. He enrolled in the Fine Arts Campus of Kathmandu where he focused on Mithila folk art, which is painting with fingers, twigs, brushes, and matchsticks, using natural dyes and pigments, and characterized by eye-catching geometrical patterns.

Mr. Yadav trained for four years and began exhibiting his work. He found an appreciative audience and was awarded the Special National Award at Kathmandu’s International Exhibition in 2004. That gave him encouragement to open the Mithila Yain Art Gallery in Kathmandu.

“It was the best decision to open the gallery,” said Mr. Yadav. “This was another opportunity to grow and also to increase tourism in our area. Thousands of people got to see my work, and I am now beginning to exhibit in the United States as well as other countries.”

PAINTING DESCRIPTIONS:

Man and Woman
: Represent the souls of two lovers that remain together eve after death. The meaning of the souls reflects the deep love that they had in life and that is so strong that no adversity could separate them.

Mother & Son: In this picture it is represented the immense love of the mother towards the son. It is said in some cultures that the mother has such a love that can feel what the son feels and suffer for him in his hard times. There is also the Sun observed representing the warmth of the father during the mother’s care to the child.

Worship: The “Chhath Puja” is a Hindi celebration representation where the woman prays for the son to have a long life. It was thought in ancient period that by praying to the gods for the kids, it was a way to protect them and giving those blessings.

The Queen of the Water: The “Jalpari” is a symbolic representation where a woman and a fish are compared as beautiful creations and the way the woman seems to have multiple hands is referred to all the great works that she does in her culture.

Village Life: Here we can see the main head at the top of the painting that is represented by God, and after him there is a society and the population working under his care. This means that before anything and before their work, Hindis have a special respect for their father.

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