Arvind Kolapkarview profile »
In Arvind Kolapkar's paintings music, emotion and the stylized figures with colored forehead and noses, eyes often closed, plays important role. Colors and melody are seamlessly fused in his paintings which convey emotions. The intertwined bodies hint at the emotion of love but its treatment in a ‘spiritual’ way uplifts the work from the mundane.
Sanjay Nandaview profile »
Om Jai Jagdish Hare 1
- Lot no: 61561
- Fine Art Print with Archival Inks
- Size: 24" X 36"
- INR 29,000 / $523
Sanjay Nanda likes to use the interplay of light, textures, and colors to create unusual and complex forms that seduces the viewer. He has the ability to extract the beauty out of ordinary surroundings and convert them into visually appealing images and at the same time using concepts and techniques that are grounded in the domain of fine art.
Prabhinder LALLview profile »
In Prabhinder Lall's works the themes revolve around a concept depicting varying moods of the Nature and the Artist. Vivid application of color,texture and hues with equally unique painting attributes helps to substantiate the occult fragrance of the picture in a contemporary context. He is inspired by the natural beauty surrounding the setting of rural and urban atmosphere.
Raju Durshettiwarview profile »
Raju Durshettiwar's work has an exploration and expression of his mind and heart. Colors and forms have an excellent matrix, evolving new spatial composition with the passing of each moment during his expression process. His lyricism is achieved with absolute control of colors & lines. There is an expression of forms with integrating space and well defined volume of colors.
Subrata Paulview profile »
Most of the figurative bronze sculptures of Subrata Paul are based on the relationship between man and woman. He has transformed the body towards lyrical rhythm with romantic sensibility. His lines, curves and contours, positive and negative volumes, all express this sonorous sensibility where western modernistic modes are synthesized with Indian classical idealistic expression.
Avik Chakrabortyview profile »
Avik Chakraborty is a painter with a perspective to bring out the mystic beauty and moments of Indian mythology by way of lines and colors. His paintings are homage to great Indian Mythology and aims at making his canvases meaningful to even those who believe that they are literates in Art. In this artwork the artist has beautifully depicted the emotion of woman's yearning and her desires for her beloved.
Ella Prakashview profile »
The abstract figurative paintings of Ella Prakash represent the world as if seen through a prism, with bold colours dispersed across the canvas producing geometric forms that offer fleeting, exhilarating glimpses of bodies, streets and still lives. The spectacular rhythm of colors, lines and brushstrokes infuses each subject with an irrepressible inner dynamism.
Priyanka Waghelaview profile »
The music of birds humming in the morning and the calmness it brings is perceived greatly by Priyanka and magnificently brought on the canvas.
Samir Sarkarview profile »
The figures of Samir Sarkar are inspired from Egyptian art. The use of strong visual elements and bright colors, his artwork makes you want to get lost in the fantasy world. When you look at his work, it makes you wonder, why all the protagonists in his work have adorned something on the head. Samir believes that the hat is a symbol of power.
Rathindranath Chowdhuryview profile »
Rathindranath Chowdhury is a painter with ardent fascination for detailing. His deep knowledge of color, texture and depth provides a different dimension to his paintings unique to him only. He depicts his surroundings with immaculate color and detail. He loves to give the objects from his life an expression.