The Analogy of Lord Shiva

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Oct 26, 2018 02:12:53 pm

Do you know that in ancient times, India was not a sovereign state but more like an entity that was termed as Bharat Varsha? Yes, people of different ethnicity, religions, and culture came together under the umbrella of Bharat. But why? What was that sense of unity that drove the spiritual ethos of the common man? That sense of commonness was liberation. India, a country of art, culture, Gods, and Goddesses has always focused on spiritual nourishment and liberation. Even today, you can find a small but considerable amount of popula... Read more>>

A Comprehensive Guide: How to make Earning as an Artist?

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Oct 23, 2018 11:10:56 am

If you will ask any artist that one thing that he/she loves or desires most, rarely will you hear the reply as ‘Making Money’. The irony is, while a majority of the artists deny the craving for fame, it is the only thing that stands between success and failure in the art world. Maybe that is why the online art world has become such a massive money-generating platform for the artists. There are some impeccable artists whose artworks are still not disclosed to the world because they think that marketing their paintings wo... Read more>>

Evolution of Indian Contemporary Art

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Oct 16, 2018 06:01:15 pm

Nobody can deny the fact that art enthusiasts across the world have always praised Indian art. It has gained tremendous appreciations and is collected by a large number of art admirers. Earlier, Indian paintings have undergone various transformations. Half a century ago, artists used to portray social, political, religious matters, Indian culture and its diversity in their paintings, however, now, Indian art has observed innumerable changes. People often confuse between modern and Indian contemporary art. However, neither of the... Read more>>

Tips for Collectors: How to understand and qualify abstract art?

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Oct 08, 2018 08:32:53 am

An art collector looks to purchase a handful of affordable artworks either to make an exquisite assortment or for investment purpose or simply because the painting is enticing itself. If you are an art collector who is looking to get your hands on abstract paintings, I can totally understand the pain you go through. You see, at first glance, an abstract painting is quite difficult to interpret. But, if you know the art to understand the hidden appeal in abstract paintings, no other form of art can captivate your mind and heart m... Read more>>

Indian Folk Arts that are still alive

Posted by Khushboo Priya on Oct 06, 2018 05:32:57 pm

A famous painter and writer, Emily Carr, expressed her view on Indian Art stating- “Indian Art broadened my seeing, loosened the formal tightness I had learned in England’s schools. Its bigness and stark reality baffled my white man’s understanding… I had been schooled to see outsides only, not struggle to pierce.” It wouldn't be any wrong if I say India has always been the land of talent, be it an artist, a scientist, a literato or anybody else. The artistic competency of Indians have alway... Read more>>

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