Tag: paintings

A composite painting of Shaiva-Vaishnava significance. Lord Rama and His brother Laxmana traverse through the wilderness of Dandaka, dressed in rudimentary clothing, their trishoolas (tridents) in their hands. The devoted... Read More

This contemporary painting by a Delhi-based artist Anup Gomay, rendered in oil on canvas measuring 3ft by 4 feet, portrays a dancer performing all alone, fully enthused and as in... Read More

Patachitra art is originated from the beautiful art culture of Orissa and is painted on a piece of fine new white cloth which is clean, having no fringes and is... Read More

They say a sadhu (ascetic) lives by three tenets. He comes and he goes, but does not stay; he sees and he listens, but does not say; he eats and... Read More

A Devi of unspeakable beauty dances on a bed of death. Her roopa is like the pregnant dusk of amavasya, Her eyes like glowing embers studded in that soft round... Read More

A young lady climbs the steps up to the mandir. The time is early morning, and there are fresh pink jasmines in her hair. Like a duteous daughter-in-law, she has... Read More

A medieval Indian lady is sitting in the balcony reading a book. She is a mischievous young soul, sitting on the wrong side atop the railing and directing at the... Read More

A distinctive miniscule of its own kind, painted on a hand made sheet of paper of a favourable size, in the ever-so-famous Madhubani style of art. Madhubani or Mithila art... Read More

The aesthetic beauty of goddess Saraswati is framed here in an exquisite ethnic gold pattern on a background of maroon shade. She sits on a royal throne in her usual... Read More

The pure and fine brush strokes take this masterpiece to the next level of sanctity, depicting the eye-catching self love of Nayika. The warm ivory complexioned countenance is adorned with... Read More