02.07.20

FIND GLORIOUS TRADITION OF INDIAN ARTS

posted by Joshua Daniel

The Rajasthanipainting, also known as Rajputana painting, the art is the same as the Rajput culture. During the 17th and 18th centuries, Rajputana kings were popular for their royal courts and the colorful walls, the Rajasthani art has evolved from the same. Facts about Rajasthani Painting: The vibrant culture of Rajasthan is visible in their Phad painting style. This painting depicts the folk deities of the state, and it's a blend of both Mughal and Rajput style. Conclusion As the artists of that time never used artificial colors for painting, they were more comfortable in painting the pictures with twigs and squirrel hair. Moreover, most of the Rajasthani paintings are done on canvas and large murals. In the modern era, too, Rajasthani arts are visible in the City Palace of Udaipur.

Rajasthani paintings

29.06.20

BALANCE

posted by Sujoya Roy

Medium - Pen & Ink Tittle - Balance Size - 12 " × 16 "

Balance

29.06.20

... AND THE SOUL GOES TO HEAVEN

posted by ! A.MAX.....www.maxgallery.it

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...and the soul goes to Heaven

27.06.20

IN THE TIME OF THE CORONAVIRUS

posted by Paula Marker

“Eyesolation” is an abstract acrylic painting. It speaks to the Coronavirus issue, not just the title, but the isolation we have all experienced these past few months. No one is looking at each other and everyone is compartmentalized. Eyes tell their own stories.

Eyesolation

27.06.20

CONTEMPORARY ART CURATOR - PATRICK JOOSTEN

posted by patrick Joosten

We can confirm you as a part of of the Online Exhibition 'New Horizons'. Exhibition period: 25 July - 25 October 2020

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