Tag: Indian Art

10 Books on Indian Art that Every Artist Must Read

Indian Art is acclaimed to be one of the greatest, and the skilled artists of India are lauded in books on Indian Art by renowned historians and artists.

Mohini – A Painting Prodigy

Mohini’s works cover a range of areas, including nature depictions, portraits, abstract paintings to still life. “I keep switching between genres, styles and themes to keep my work dynamic,” notes the artist, as she enthusiastically talks about her interest.

Chitra Santhe – The Vibrant Art fair is Now Online

Chitra Santhe Online - There are around 1500 artists participating from across 20 countries this year. Each artists work along with their contact details and artwork is displayed on Chitra Santhe’s virtual gallery.

Miniature Paintings of India: Evolution of Different Schools and Styles

In this article we trace the different types of style and influence that the miniature paintings of India went through throughout history, since its origin.

Handicrafts from Gujarat with Strong-rooted Traditional Essence

The handicrafts of Gujarat hold a special place for their variety and strong-rooted traditional essence. We can only hope that with efforts by various NGOs and the government they continue the legacy of yesteryears.

Kantha Embroidery: An Ornate Craft of Utility

The Kantha Embroidery is one of the most popular craft forms of India. It serves a great utilitarian purpose without losing its beauty and intricacy.

The Ganjifa Cards: Lost Art of the Mysore Royalty Getting Revived

The Ganjifa cards of Mysore have served as sources of artistic expressions. The kings were patrons of the artisans, and thus, the card game could flourish all across the country.

Best Art Fairs In India – Hubs of Creativity and Cultural Diversity

Art Fairs in India are a beautiful affair that showcase talent, creativity, and diversity. Oozing with artistic spirits, these fests invite the awe of many.

Richa Agarwal – A Collector And Connoisseur Of All Things Artsy

Going deep into the artsy world of Emami Art and Kolkata Center for Creativity which provide platforms for artists to showcase their talent.

Vishwarang 2020 – Join the Celebration of Indian Art, Culture & Literature

Vishwarang 2020 - Children of the age group 4-12 years can come forward and register for the fun and frolic sessions free of cost! An itinerary of events that will take place is as follows: 

Gond Art : A Folk Art Form with Beautiful Tribal Colours, Themes, and Shapes

Gond Art comes with a rich history and nature-inspired themes. Now commonly used, it embodies the culture of the Gond tribe of Madhya Pradesh.

The Surviving Saree – An Artistic Expression of the Journey of Women’s Heritage

Experiencing women’s heritage through the transforming narrative of the sustainable drape, the surviving saree through the lens of social identity.

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