This masterpiece beautifully paints an image of bullock carts which was a main mode of transport in the early days of Sri Lanka. The incorporation of colors gradually builds up exaggerated shadows to achieve realism. Man’s dependence on animal support in the village is beautifully expressed.
The colors are overly saturated to exaggerate the humidity of the sun and the hardships of the villagers in order to survive. The painting beautifully demonstrates the country’s traditions that are still prevalent even in the present day and the simplicity of life in the village.
Stretched and Ready to Hang (Free), 1 inch Grayish Black Mahogany Frame (Optional), 1.5 inch Off White Fiber Frame (Optional), 1.25 inch Black Fiber Frame (Optional), 1.75 inch Dark Brown Fiber Frame (Optional), 2 inch Teak Brown Mahogany Frame (Optional)