A Scarecrow: Painting of a hay-man in a wheat field

A Scarecrow: Painting of a hay-man in a wheat field

Regular price Rs. 1,890

Rabi, Arabic word for ‘Spring’, crops are spring harvest in Indian subcontinent. They are grown between the months of mid November to April. Crows can be a troublesome lot for farmers as they eat the seed/seedlings. Farmers often use ScareCrow or hay-man, usually dressed in old clothes and placed in fields to make afraid crows or other birds and protect seeds or growing crops. Painting is a simple representation of one such ScareCrow placed in a wheat field.

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HEIGHT WIDTH
ORIGINAL SIZE 11 INCHES 15 INCHES
FRAMED SIZE 14 INCHES 18 INCHES

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Artist

  Abhivyakti is a final year student, Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program at Banaras Hindu Univeristy. Born to an artist, she is second generation painter following the footsteps of her father.