True Objectives of Modern Art Paintings

Posted by Prashali Malik on Aug 23, 2019 12:15:55 pm

“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.” – Leonardo da Vinci Art is something that can’t be defined in some words. Some define it as the expression of freedom. Artists see it as a medium of communication. Their incomprehensible speech changes to a meaningful masterpiece. It is said that in order to understand the true meaning of something, you need to read between the lines. Similarly, in case of a painting, according to Marcel Duchamp, it is not the ar... Read more>>

Introduction of Modern Contemporary School of Thought in India

Posted by Prashali Malik on Aug 21, 2019 11:44:28 am

Mughal Empire disintegrated into pieces by the mid of 18th century. This resulted in a steep decline in demand for Mughal and Rajput styles of paintings. These circumstances scattered the painters who were enjoying the patronage of the royal courts across length and breadth of the country. They took shelter in the areas of Tanjore, Lucknow, Patna, Murshidabad, Nepal and the Punjab Hills. At the same time, India also witnessed the influx of some European painters like J. Zoffany, Tilly Kettle, T. Daniell, W. Daniell. These artists a... Read more>>

Buy art online belonging to a sun which has set forever!

Posted by Prashali Malik on Aug 14, 2019 01:26:01 pm

For Rabin Mondal art that is beautiful is not art. For him, art being a mirror to society was a very important aspect,” Kishore Singh Head of Exhibitions and Publications, DAG On 2nd July 2019, an era came to an end. He flew away leaving behind a celebrated legacy. Rabin Mondal was not just another passionate artists. Art presented to him a chance to vent out his experiences. Like many modern artists, he did not identify art with beauty. Rather, his works spit truth, dark and desolate truth, on the faces of its onlooker... Read more>>

Learn The Truth About Paintings Of Radha Krishna In The Next 60 Seconds

Posted by Diksha Jain on Aug 12, 2019 03:42:29 pm

Today, we are going to discuss a very interesting topic here. So, why not to initiate by asking you one question. What do you understand by love? Almost everyone is fond of knowing what is love? How pure it is? How one will get to know whether it’s real love or not? All these questions are directly and indirectly linked to epitomes of divine love in Hinduism religion i.e. Radha Krishna. Radha Krishna is the symbol of eternal love and bliss. There are many people who want to know the love story of Radha Krishna and like to place pain... Read more>>

How can Copyright protect Indian Arts?

Posted by Guest Post on Aug 06, 2019 11:34:25 am

India is known for its glorious and splendid history of art and architecture which spans thousands of years. India was the only Asian country known to be visited by many foreign travelers such as Faxian, Huein Tsang, Ibn Battuta, and Marco Polo. This has incited much fascination all over the world for the unique and mysterious art of India ever since. Indeed, India has been an inspiration to many global artists, thanks to her sparkling and unique art. However, there is another side to this glorious history. Indian art history is al... Read more>>

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