Different Types of Medium Used In Indian Art Paintings

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Apr 14, 2014 04:03:13 pm
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Crafting a piece of art takes a lot of aspects into consideration; the theme, the colours, the style, the focus, and the imagination behind the design. Apart from these factors, one elemental aspect that contributes greatly to producing a scintillating and exquisite piece of artwork is the medium. Do you know what a medium is in the art world? In simple words, a medium is nothing but the substance that an artist make use of in crafting an artwork. Any artwork or painting is sourced out of its medium only. When more than on... Read more>>

Progression of Schools of Indian Art

Posted by Sinchan Mitra on Apr 11, 2014 05:15:50 pm

The Indian art schools have evolved over periods. They have been influenced by a number of events. Right from the Indian rulers till the foreign traders to India along with the invaders, all have contributed directly or otherwise to the Indian art culture. During its rule in India, the Mughals encouraged their court artisans to transfuse two or more art forms and invent unique art forms. On various occasions, Indian art has taken national movements during the British Raj to the canvas. Apart from these, majorly the canvases of Indian ... Read more>>

The Veiled symbolism of Insects in the Indian Artwork

Posted by Neeti Patial on Apr 09, 2014 04:40:06 pm

Indian art paintings have always strikingly articulated cultural diversity and heritage of the country. This has been divulged magnificently by the painters through the medium of paintings since the time immemorial. Broadly speaking, one of the main roles played by the art throughout the ages is spreading of the desired messages through pictorial representation to the masses. From the hidden symbols in art in the prehistoric times to modern love memoire sent through pictures, veiled messages in art holds far-reaching charm for the ... Read more>>

Figurative Art Gallery- Indian Contribution to the Art World

Posted by Sinchan Mitra on Apr 07, 2014 05:53:55 pm
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Figurative art is a form of painting in which actual objects feature on the canvas. These elements could be humans or any other object. This form of artistry has been explored and is still being done by the art enthusiasts. They have showcased diverse styles and tastes encompassing the social scenario, personal experiences or an imaginary situation. Artists such as world renowned Amrita Sher-Gil have been lauded over the globe for their inexplicable works in the Figurative Art section. Even the legendary artist Raja Ravi Verma's p... Read more>>

What Role Does The Online Art Galleries Play In The Promotion Of Indian Art Paintings?

Posted by Neeti Patial on Apr 04, 2014 05:54:31 pm

Since the time immemorial, Art and architecture have played a significant role in heralding the evolvement of human during the course of civilization. Interestingly, art in the form of paintings and sculpture is  one of the unique ways to express human emotions and social realities.  The paintings may use diverse medium or source, such as water color painting, oil painting and acrylic, to name a few. Since the emergence of human civilization, artists have used wall paintings or drawings to express their emotions or other ... Read more>>

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