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It is especially difficult to describe what art evokes, but there is beauty in trying.

  • How Jamini Roy Revolutionised the Modern Indian Art… March 12, 2022

      Say “modern” art and many people think of abstract shapes and forms. But there is much, much more to modern Indian art, and nowhere is this more obvious than…

  • Living Legends December 16, 2021

    Thota Vaikuntam, Laxma Goud, Manu Parekh, Paresh Maity, Lalu Prasad Shaw: Every artist has a signature style that defines his or her individuality and artistic expression.

  • Indian Navratna: 9 gems of Indian art November 30, 2021

      India, the land of colours, flavours and culture, has produced some extremely extraordinary artists over the years. These artists have preserved the culture and traditions of their homeland in…

  • Visualise Art In Your Home, Before You Buy… December 7, 2020

    Experience Art, real time, in the comfort of your home. Experience art digitally before you make it yours! With the booming art sector and technology slowly taking more and more…

  • Gautam Mukherjee- Exploring Family Ties with Indian Portraits December 7, 2020

    Gautam Mukherjee- Exploring Family Ties with Indian Portraits George Bernard Shaw said, “A happy family is but an earlier heaven.” and Gautam Mukherjee’s paintings are nothing short of this heavenly…

  • 15 Most Sought After Artists at India Art… February 22, 2020

    Recently, the India Art Fair concluded its 12th annual edition at New Delhi. It showcased some of the best works by artists, sculptors, painters and photographers from India, South Asia…

  • Pichwai: Finding it’s Way From the Glorious Temples… January 28, 2020

    Pichwai is a traditional Indian art that was developed in the small town of Nathdwara near Udaipur, Rajasthan. Started over 400 years ago, this art form illustrates the cheery and…

  • Ramesh Gorjala Retelling the Captivating Tales of Indian… January 18, 2020

    At the first look, one might be drawn by the rustic colour palette, reds and yellows fusing into orange, followed by greens and blues on the canvas. But when the…

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