Ooviyaa, otherwise called the Tanjore Gallery, is accepted to have been set up in June 1999. It is considered as a real focal point of Tanjore artistic creations and has a tremendous gathering of artworks that are accepted to be hundreds of years old.
Aside from showing the magnum opuses of expert craftsmen, this exhibition effectively partakes in different looks into identified with the reclamation of antiquated works. On exceptional solicitations, it offers artistic creations that are made on wooden boards and canvas.
This artistic expression is accepted to have developed amid the sixteenth century and the seventeenth century. These depictions are considered among the best conventional fine arts of India. Out of the different topics, folklore is the most well-known topic and scenes from the Ramayana and Bhagavatha Purana are the primary subject.
Almond-formed eyes and adjusted bodies are the regular highlights of the figures in these works of art. Every one of these figures are painted with resplendent dresses, adornments and Jaipur stones. Vegetable colors were utilized for shading and shading. Synthetic paints are currently utilized by different specialists to improve the sharpness and complexities of these works of art.