Folkloric Painting

 Type ID29476
Volume0.2 m3
Mass0.5 kg
Capacity0 m3
Type Info
Type ID29476
Group IDMiscellaneous [314]


The Intaki have a long and glorious tradition of three-color paintings that depict scenes from both history and mythology, often melding the two into a highly symbolic rendition of their people's presence and purpose in the world of New Eden.

In recent decades, the traditional Intaki painting style has been adopted by painters of the abstract "Reticular school," an anti-factionalist, neo-traditional movement made famous by Suri Naatha and the Circle of Nineteen.