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  • The Enchanting World of Folk Art & Tribal Paintings of India

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    By Neera Sehgal

    • 01 Sep 2015
    • Indian artists and their paintings, Gond Paintings, Warli tribal art, Kalamkari Painting, Tanjore Paintings, Painting Styles of India, Madhubani Paintings

    The colourful folk and tribal art-forms of India, the creative expression of the flora, fauna, mythology and folklore of the country has kept alive the beauty of our ancient culture. Passed from one generation to the next, this vibrant art that captures every nuanc...

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  • How to Hang Art in Groups?

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 31 Aug 2015
    • Painting for Home Decoration, Unique Art Paintings, Artwork for Walls, Famous Indian Paintings, Indian Painting Styles, Paintings for Living Room

    Learn to Hang Art in GroupsWe've seen great advice here on IndianA...

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  • Figuratives; Leading Among Indian Painting Styles

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    By Lopamudra Pakira

    • 28 Aug 2015
    • Indian Painting Styles, Figurative Indian Art, Famous Indian Artists, Famous Indian Paintings, Paintings for Home Decoration

    Figurative art is a very broad box to include most art practices in India. In fact, any Indian painting style, be it Madhubani, Phad painting, Gond art or even murals can be easily bracketed under the idea of 'figurativism'   .

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  • So Who’s Buying Paintings Online?

    27aug

    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 27 Aug 2015
    • Famous Indian Artists, Buying Indian Art Online, Buy Paintings Online, Paintings for Home Decoration, Artworks for Walls

    If you think that the internet has not taken the Art world by storm, you must be one of those people relying on the 9 pm bulletin for daily update of news. The internet has permeated in every aspect of our lives including Art. What is interesting is a colle...

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  • Street Art - The Newest Kid of Block of Indian Modern Art

    26aug

    By Medha Kulkarni

    • 26 Aug 2015
    • Modern Indian Art, Famous Indian Artists, Contemporary Indian Artists, Street Art, Indian Painting Styles

    Street art, I feel, as a term is rather self-explanatory and can be used as an umbrella term for almost all kinds of Art not belonging to a particular school of thought.

    ‘Hope’ Obama Poster Created by Shepard Fairey

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  • How to Pack Your Art in Framed Form

    25aug

    By Raoul Lornie

    • 25 Aug 2015
    • Paintings for Home Decoration, Paintings for Living Room, Art for Bedroom Walls, How to Pack Art, Unique Art Paintings

    As a continuation of our current series on how to pack art, we will go over the details of how to pack and courier a framed artwork in this one.

    An artwork that is framed has to be handled delicately. Although the frame acts as a protection to the artwork, it is also as much a p...

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  • Working in Style! - Artwork for Office Walls

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 24 Aug 2015
    • Artwork for Walls, Unique Art Paintings, Digital Art Prints, Indian Painting Styles, Large Art Prints for Walls

    Is your workspace in need of a little character?

    The most effortless and consequently inspiring way of doing up your office is adding some art to it. Apart from adding finesse, the right choice of art can help you inspire your...

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  • Graphic Novel: Unique Art Beyond Paintings

    21aug watchmen

    By Medha Kulkarni

    • 21 Aug 2015
    • Unique Art Paintings, Contemporary Indian Artists, Indian Painting Styles, Artwork for Walls, Paintings for Home Decoration

    A story that employs hand-drawn images and text is essentially called a graphic novel. The word ‘novel’ is primarily used for long fiction works, the term ‘graphic novel’ can be considered an umbrella term to include works of fiction, on-fic...

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  • Packing Tutorial - A must read for Contemporary Indian Artists

    20aug

    By Raoul Lornie

    • 20 Aug 2015
    • Contemporary Indian Artists, Contemporary Indian Paintings, Buy Indian Art Online, Paintings for Home Decoration, Artwork for Walls, Unique Art Paintings

    Selling an artwork for an artist is hard work, so if you have reached that stage, congratulations! Now comes the important bit of packing and shipping it to the customer.

    Your art is valuable. As a

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  • Indian Miniatures - Transitioning from Traditional to Modern Indian Art

    19aug

    By Lopamudra Pakira

    • 19 Aug 2015
    • Famous Indian Paintings, Contemporary Indian Artists, Indian Painting Styles, Modern Indian Art, Contemporary Indian Art, Unique Art Paintings

    You may have often heard about Indian miniature paintings but you probably don’t know about school of Arts like Pahari, Mughal to Deccani and Rajput that have played a major role in creating these gems. A miniature’s grace and beauty elevates it to the ...

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  • The Unique Art of Preserving Watercolor Paintings

    18aug golden reflections

    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 18 Aug 2015
    • Art of Lighting Your Painting, Paintings for Home Decoration, Artwork for Walls, Unique Art Paintings

    Understated hues, transparency and soft blending make watercolour paintings a popular choice when deciding artwork for walls. But many are sceptic of these delicate works, qu...

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  • The Afterlife of a Typewriter

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    By Shivani Bali

    • 17 Aug 2015
    • Typewriter Sculptor, Sculptures, Godrej Campus in Vikhroli, Indian Culture

    California based artist Jeremy Mayer’s creative praxis characteristically involves disassembling, reinterpreting and dexterously reconstructing old typewriters to create a variety of divergent forms- ranging from anatomically correct human beings or birds to ...

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  • Famous Indian Artists Challenge Cultural Norms with Performance Art

    14aug

    By Medha Kulkarni

    • 14 Aug 2015
    • Famous Indian Artists, Performance Art, Indian Contemporary Art,

    First things first! Performance Art is not the same as Performing Arts. Performing Arts refer to dance, theatre and music whereas Performance Art is any type of a performance piece, presented to an audience, within a fine Art context.

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  • How to write an Artist Statement

    By Raoul Lornie

    • 13 Aug 2015
    • unique art paintings, indian art, indian paintings, famous indian artists, famous indian paintings

    Writing an Artist Statement can seem like a daunting task for most Artists primarily because they feel that their Art speaks for itself. Writing and explaining what to expect from the artwork takes away the experience from the viewer. But an Artist statement is mos...

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  • Warm vs Cool Colors

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    By Neera Sehgal

    • 12 Aug 2015
    • Simple Abstract Paintings, Paintings for Home Decoration, Artwork for Walls, Paintings for Living Room

    Colour matters in Art! Warm tints & shades have strong visual impact!

    Colour is a potent tool used by artists to create effective and meaningful paintings to enchant viewers. Colour has a profound effect on us either consc...

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  • Indian Painting Styles in Abstractionism

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    By Lopamudra Pakira

    • 11 Aug 2015
    • Simple Abstract Paintings, Art for Bedroom Walls, Paintings for Home Decoration, Unique Art Paintings, Famous Indian Artists

    It is our tendency to expect that abstract is not about non-figuration. Among all the Indian painting styles, abstract art originates from the artist's forceful commitment to theme and form and his capability to enter into the basics and the prerequisites. If y...

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  • From Bland to Bold: Art for Bedroom Walls

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 10 Aug 2015
    • Simple Abstract Painting, Art for Bedroom Walls, Paintings for Home Decoration, Unique Art Paintings

    While selecting colours for our bedroom walls we mostly end up picking shades that are subdued and muted and those that do not attract too much attention. But beyond a point, dull walls turn monotonous and a new paint job on the walls every time you get bored is unfeasible. Experimenting with ...

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  • Is the digital age killing the fine Art of photography?

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    By IAC Team

    • 07 Aug 2015
    • Contemporary Wall Art, Indian Art for Sale, Contemporary Indian Paintings, Famous Indian Painting Styles, Unique Art Paintings

    Photography originally started out as a process purely for documentary purposes. Photographers were few and far between. But today, anyone with a phone or table can raise their device and indulge in photography. With the advent of Digitalization, much of photograph...

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  • Time to Consider Photographs as Artwork for Walls

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    By Raoul Lornie

    • 06 Aug 2015
    • Unique Art of Creating Paintings, Water Artwork for Walls, Oil Paintings, Indian Contemporary Art, Indian Contemporary Paintings, Oil Paintings, Watercolor Paintings

    Until the beginning of modernism, Photography, Truth and Art used to be close friends. The most admired quality in Western art was mimesis-objects in painting and sculpture which closely resemble things in real life.

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  • Choosing and Displaying Paintings for Home Decoration

    5aug

    By Neera Sehgal

    • 05 Aug 2015
    • Paintings for Home Decoration, Paintings for Living Room, Art for Bedroom Walls

    Wall art is a wonderful tool to beautify homes! Irrespective of whether you are art savvy or not, displaying paintings is a great way to spruce up walls and add character and panache to the decor of your home. Since the main purpose of wall decor is to enhance the ...

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  • Fake or Fortune - What is Art Forgery All About

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    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 04 Aug 2015
    • Original Paintings for Sale, Artworks for Walls, Indian Contemporary Art, Unique Art Paintings, Indian Painting Styles, Handmade Paintings

    It took two years for a museum in Venezuela to realise that Odalisque in Red Trousers, a sensual painting by French Artist Henri Matisse had been swapped for a fake. More recently, a librarian in China replaced 140 master&...

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  • A Look into Kinetic Art

    3aug emotive sounds of the electric writer

    By Medha Kulkarni

    • 03 Aug 2015
    • Contemporary Indian Artists, Contemporary Indian Art, Artwork For Walls, Indian Paintings Styles, Unique Art Paintings

    If there’s one rule in contemporary art, it’s that there are no rules. Nothing can act as an obstacle between the artist and expression. It is indeed this fact that allowed several interesting forms of art to flourish and all kinds of new media and conc...

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  • Can't be missed, its Oversized Art!

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 29 Jul 2015
    • Painting in the living room, Indian Art, Indian Paintings, Artwork for Walls, Large Paintings for living room, Famous Indian Paitings

    Art intrigues us, engages with us and becomes the focal point in any room that it's a part of. Art ties up all the elements of the room together, and when displayed suitably, art can be very thrilling. Give your space a power dose of Art with oversized artworks...

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  • Famous Indian Paintings of All Time

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    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 27 Jul 2015
    • Famous Indian Artists, Tayeb Mehta, Raja Ravi Varma, M F Hussain, Amrita Sher-Gil

    With so much artistic talent all around, it’s not surprising that we are inundated with beautiful paintings day-in and day! But a few pieces transcend time and culture to make a place in art history because of a special charm and enigma behind them!Below are ...

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  • Marriage of Styles: Traditional Indian Art in Modern Rooms

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 24 Jul 2015
    • Traditional Indian Art, Indian contemporary artists, Indian Art, Indian Paintings

    For new and veteran art lovers alike, it is important to know that there are no rights or wrongs when it comes to buying, appreciating and displaying art. Whatever decor style you pick, traditional or modern, art will always be the visual delight intriguing the onl...

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  • Artwork for Home? Tips to Choose Perfect Painting for New Home-Owners

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    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 22 Jul 2015
    • Modern Abstract Painting, Traditional Indian Art, Famous Indian Artists, Artwork For Home, Home Decor, Interior Design

    So you’ve just moved into your nice new home and are looking for exciting things that can add personality to the rooms and complement the decor.

    The first thing new home owners worry about are large wall spaces making th...

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  • Understanding Landscapes

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    By Raoul Lornie

    • 20 Jul 2015
    • Simple Abstract Paintings, Indian Paintings, Indian Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscape Artworks, Indian Contemporary Artists,

    Our Planet is a wondrous creation. From deep and swelling oceans to cloudy skies; lush rainforests to barren deserts; the Earth provides a never ending reserve of inspiration for artists looking to recreate the beauty of nature on their canvas.

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  • Why am I paying this for my Art?

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    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 17 Jul 2015
    • Famous Indian Artists, Traditional Indian Art, Indian Art, Indian Paintings, Handmade Paintings

    An economics and an arts student walked into an Art opening. They stumbled upon a portrait of a man with his eyes in his hands. The economic student was shocked, but more than the image it was price tag of the work that shocked him. The Art student on the other han...

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  • Head to a Hardware Store to Shop for Your Art

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    By Raoul Lornie

    • 15 Jul 2015
    • Tips to hang art, art hanging tips, how to hang art, how to hang paintings, handmade paintings

    So you finally bought that artwork you were eyeing. Good for you! Now comes the hard part of presenting it on your space. This can be a little tricky. Now most galleries hang their art at average eye level, about 58 inches high. This height refers to the center of ...

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  • Looking for Unique Ways to Hang Art?

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 13 Jul 2015
    • Famous Paintings of India, Indian Contemporary Artists, Indian Paintings, Indian Art, Handmade Paintings, Artwork For Home, Unique Indian Paintings

    An empty wall is a blank canvas which is waiting to be worked upon. And for someone who loves the idea of experimenting, this is a dream come true.


    How to Hang Famous Indian Paintings

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  • Framed & Matted : Enhancing Your Artwork's Beauty with the Perfect Frame

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 09 Jul 2015
    • Modern Abstract Painting, Indian Paintings, Art, Paintings, Artwork For Home, Framed Artworks, Paintings with Frame
  • Find Art with Meaning

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    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 06 Jul 2015
    • Living Room Painting, Beautiful Abstract Paintings, Buying Art Online, Artwork for Home, Art, Paintings, Handmade Paintings
  • Photography - Now An Established Medium in the Art World

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    By Raoul Lornie

    • 01 Jul 2015
    • artwork for home, photography, art photography, paintings, art world, buying art online

    The question of photography being an art or not has been going around for a long time and there are uncompromising opinions on both sides.
    Even though photography has now been accepted by a large number of art lovers, it’s graduation into the <...

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  • Buying Art for Your Bedroom Walls

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 29 Jun 2015
    • Artwork for Bedroom, Artwork For Home, Art, Paintings, Wall Art in the bedroom

    After a tiring workday, the bedroom is that one place where you can truly unwind. It's our eternal escape from the humdrum of the outside world. Everyone wants their bedroom to bring a sense of calmness and serenity. The decor, especially the artwork you choose...

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  • The ABC’s of Abstract

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    By Raoul Lornie

    • 26 Jun 2015
    • Abstract Art, Art, Paintings, Abstract Paintings, contemporary Indian artists,

    We’ve all been there haven’t we? Staring at a painting that’s supposed to be ‘Abstract’ and not even sure if it’s upside down or not? What does it mean? Was there something the artist had in mind before painting it? Or d...

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  • The Nuts & Bolts of Collecting Art : Beginners Guide to Buying Art for Home

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 24 Jun 2015
    • abstract watercolor paintings, paintings for home decoration, art, paintings, home decor, interior design

    Building a collection of Art that is an extension of you is a laudable goal, but a daunting task none-the-less. Conflicting thoughts on how to buy, where to buy and what to buy can endlessly trouble your Art loving mind. That’s why we’re here to help! R...

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  • To Invest or Not to Invest in Art

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    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 22 Jun 2015
    • Art for your living rooms, contemporary Indian artists, art, paintings, invest in art, art investment

    Most newbies maybe unaware that there is distinction between collecting Art and investing in Art. When you choose to buy a work of Art for your home, you are collecting Art. But if you are buying Art because you are interested in its value, like in the case of stoc...

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  • The Relationship Between Art & Tapestry

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 19 Jun 2015
    • modern art paintings, artwork for walls, floral art, landscapes, art, paintings

    Fabrics are an important part of your interiors because they can either make or break the look of your decor. Add a simple carpet to an otherwise empty floor and be amazed at the enormous difference it makes to the space. Fabrics have a distinct quality to add a se...

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  • 10 Art Terminologies You Need To Know

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    By Raoul Lornie

    • 17 Jun 2015
    • Art, Paintings, Indian Artists, Art Terms, Abstract Art, Conceptual art, Figurative Art, Nature, Still Life, Indian Paintings

    It can be tough sometimes to understand all the terms thrown around in the Art world, so here are 10 top terms you should be versed with to get started with Art.  ...
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  • Let There be Light

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    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 15 Jun 2015
    • Artwork for walls, paintings for home decoration, Art, Paintings, artwork for home

    Let us tell you at the onset here, lighting artwork is difficult both from a technical and design point of view. But it is the key to appreciating your work of art in all its glorious detail.
    Technically, natural light is the best option to view and enjoy an...

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  • Camera vs Canvas

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    By Raoul Lornie

    • 12 Jun 2015
    • Contemporary art for sale, Artwork for walls, Art

    Why Paint something when you could easily just take a picture? It would take less time and effort. And you’d easily be able to take another one if you don’t like it. Photography shows how far mankind has come. A far cry from painting on cave walls with ...

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  • How To Appreciate Art

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    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 08 Jun 2015
    • Oil Paintings, Acrylic Art, Sketch On Paper, Contemporary Indian Artists, Art, Paintings

    Usually the first image that comes to mind when you say Art appreciation is a group of critics or historians discussing unheard names in English language that sounds like French. This...

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  • Where To Figure A Figurine

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 05 Jun 2015
    • Contemporary Indian Artists, Art For The Living Room, Sculptors, Sculpture, Interior Decor, Interior Design

    A sculpture is a three-dimensional art form that can fix a moment in time and talk of the sentiments behind the artwork. As intriguing as they are to an art collector, they are only moderately exciting to a novice. Beginners hold a notion that they may not have the...

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  • Buy Your First Art Piece

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    By Neharika Sabharwal

    • 03 Jun 2015
    • Bedroom Wall Decor Ideas, Oil Painitngs, Watercolor Paintings, Sketches, First Time Art Buyers

    After reading extensively about how an artwork can lend character to your walls, you’ve finally decided to buy your first piece of Art. Thanks to a little financial windfall, you now think it’s time to walk into a gallery and bring home your prized poss...

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  • The Win-Win for Online Art

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    By Raoul Lornie

    • 25 May 2015
    • Buying Art Online, Selling Art Online, Art, Buy Painting Online, Sell Painting Online, Artwork For Home

    Most collectors have mixed feelings about buying Art online store and avoid shopping online entirely, but in recent years this has changed very dramatically. A look at the number of o...

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  • White Walls & Art

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 20 May 2015
    • White Walls, Art, Paintings, Handmade Paintings, Artworks, Bedroom Wall Decor Ideas, Home Decor

    The simplicity and neutrality of the color white is what makes it one of the most gorgeous shades in the whole palette. White walls can add a sense of serenity and brightness to your space. Moreover, white is very adaptable and can be easily coupled with any other ...

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  • ART & RELIGION - When The Divine Frenzy Paints

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    By Bharti sharma

    • 18 May 2015
    • Art, Divine, Religion, Handmade Paintings, Abstract Art

    French Sociologist Emile Durkheim observed that religion is the root of science. “Religion”, he said, “is the first human attempt to systematically explain the world, and Art is the visual manifestation of the essence of relig...

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  • The Humble Print isn’t Humble Anymore

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    By Raoul Lornie

    • 15 May 2015
    • Prints, Accessbile Art, Affordable Paintings, Home Decor

    Making your art available for prints is one of the ways artists can massively change the way they are viewed by the public. Being open enough to let them enjoy their art through affordable prints goes a long way in promoting them as Artists.
    Here are some be...

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  • The Quantum Shift To Buying and Selling Art Online

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    By Roopam Singh

    • 13 May 2015
    • Buying Art Online, Selling Art Online, Buy Painting Online, Sell Painting Online, Artwork For Home, Indian Art, Indian Paintings

    Buying and selling Art is going through a dematerialisation as new rules get established across the world. Giant online companies like Amazon have already taken the needful steps here with Amazon Art making it obvious that this is where the future lies.

    ...

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  • Romance Between The Artwork & The Frame

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 11 May 2015
    • Paintings, Art, Indian Art, Artwork for Home, Painting's Frame, Home Decor

    A painting’s frame is as important as the artwork itself. The frame provides a cushion between the artwork and the decorative space it intends to be a part of. Now when it comes to choosing and deciding on the perfect frame for your precious artwork, the proc...

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  • The Digital Evolution Of The Art World

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    By IAC Team

    • 08 May 2015
    • Buying Art Online, Art, Paintings, Indian Art World, Art Market, Indian Painting, Indian Art

    Paintings and portraits are the artists’ perceptions of life, which he imbibes from his surroundings or circumstances. Indian contemporary art covers all aspects of being, from society, religion, racism, development, environment and commercial ventures. The p...

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  • Market Art Online - Importance Of Good Quality Images

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 20 Apr 2015
    • Art, Paintings, Artist, Tips, Images

    Indian contemporary artists looking to sell online need to upload high quality images of their work. Simply because on an online platform your artw...

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  • Market Art Online - Importance Of Describing Your Artwork

    By Salina Uppal

    • 13 Apr 2015
    • Art, Paintings, Artist, Tips, Images

    A picture maybe worth a thousand words, but unless you've adequately described your artwork, a nouveau buyer or even an experienced art lover will not pick the art piece. Detailed...

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  • Market Art Online - Importance Of Naming Your Artwork

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 09 Apr 2015
    • Art, Paintings, Artist, Tips, Images

    Words have immense power, especially if they are narrating the story of something valuable like an artwork. An artwork is not an artwork until it has a name of its own, a name that si...

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  • Market Art Online - Importance Of An Updated Online Bio

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 07 Apr 2015
    • Famous Indian Artists, Online Profile, Online Bio, Indian Contemporary Artists, Selling Art Online

    Writing about your personal life as an artist is a powerful way to market your art online. What you say about yourself will ascertain your image to potential buyers and people from the art fraternity alike. Therefore, a personal bio needs to be written in a creativ...

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  • Market Art Online– Importance Of a Profile Picture

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    By Salina Uppal

    • 01 Apr 2015
    • Profile, Artist, Social, Tags, Tips

    Artists have always been vary of talking about themselves and their works thinking good art needs no explanations, but the reality today is a little different. Thanks to the internet more and more people are buying Indian art online. Since a human intervention...

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  • Art & Decor - Adding A Bit of Heaven to Your Haven

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    By Bharti Sharma

    • 13 Mar 2015
    • Decor, Art On Wall, Painting, Artwork, Original

    It would be an understatement to say that Michelangelo’s masterpiece is the soul of Sistine Chapel. 

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  • Modern Artwork

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    By IAC Team

    • 07 Jan 2015
    • Modern, Art, Paintings, Artist, Artwork

    The term “modern” for artwork in India can broadly be categorized in the period post 1857. The gallery of modern art in New Delhi hosts some beautiful collections of this era.

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  • Landscape Artwork

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    By IAC Team

    • 19 Dec 2013
    • Landscape, Modern, Art, Artist, Paintings, Color, Theme

    The artists creating landscape artwork are typically romantic and idealistic in their being. Nature extends an extraordinary appeal for them and the mountains, seas, forests, trees, clouds, streams, valleys, the moon and the sun are employed by them to speak their language of love. The landsca...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Bose Krishnamachari

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Artist, Social, Profile, Art, Colors

    Bose Krishnamachari was born in the year 1963 at Angamaly, in the Indian state of Kerala. In 1991 he received his Diploma in Art from Kerala Kalapeetham in Cochin and then went to Mumbai in 1986 to join the Sir JJ School of Art.  He graduated in the year 1991 ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Jitish Kallat

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Artist, Profile, Experience, Indian, Top, Ranking

    Jitish Kallat was born in the year 1974 in Mumbai. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from Sir JJ School of Art, Mumbai in 1996, specializing in painting. Kallat is also a writer on art and mainly contributes articles on Contemporary Indian Ar...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Mehlli Gobhai

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Traditional, Indian, Artwork, Paintings, Unique

    Mehlli Gobhai was born in 1931 in the city of Mumbai. After completing his graduation from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, he went to study art at the Royal College of Art, London and then onto the Pratt Graphic Centre and the Art Students League, New York. He ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - NS Harsha

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Paintings, Figurative, Sculpture, Brushwork

    NS Harsha was born in Mysore in the year 1969.  He did his graduation in Fine Arts, specializing in painting and graduated in 1992 from CAVA in Mysore. He received his Master’s degree in painting in 1995 from the Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University, Baro...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Prabhakar M Kolte

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Color, Forms, Space, Artwork, Painting

    Prabhakar M Kolte was born in Nerur Par in Maharashtra and graduated with a Diploma in painting from the Sir J.J. School of Art in 1968. After completing his course, he freelanced as an artist and illustrator for four years. In 1974, he joined his alma mater as a t...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Ranbir Singh Kaleka

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Artist, Profile, Punjab, MixedMedia, Paintings

    Ranbir Singh Kaleka was born in Patiala, Punjab in the year 1953. He studied painting at the College of Art, Punjab University in Chandigarh and received his Diploma in 1975. He took up a teaching assignment in the university and taught there till 1977. He then mov...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Sheba Chhachhi

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Media, Paintings, Photographer, Indian, Artwork

    Sheba Chhachhi is an activist, a photographer, an installation artist and a writer. She was born in Hrar, Ethiopia in the year 1958 and completed her education from Delhi University. She then went on to the National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. In the...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Sheela Gowda

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Art, Expressionistic, Artworks, Paper, Women, Colors

    Sheela Gowda was born in Bhdravati, the state of Karnataka in 1957. Gowda received her diploma in painting from the Ken School of Art, Bangalore in 1979. She did a short stint at the M.S. University in Baroda before she left for Shantiniketan where she did her post...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Shilpa Gupta

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Artist, Profile, Indian, Art

    Shilpa Gupta, born in the year 1976, lives and works in Mumbai. She studied sculpture at the Sir JJ School of Fine Arts graduating in 1997. Shilpa employs a multimedia approach to her art. She uses interactive video, websites, photographs, sound and objects.
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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Subba Ghosh

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Indian, Artist, Paintings, Exhibition, Artwork

    Subba Ghosh was born in New Delhi in 1964. He graduated in 1984 from the College of Art, New Delhi with a degree in Fine Arts, specializing in painting. Thereafter, he did a three year stint (1984-87) in Moscow at...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Subodh Gupta

    By IAC Team

    • 27 Dec 2012
    • Art, Artist, Profile, Indian, Artwork

    Subodh Gupta was born in 1964 in Khagaul, Bihar. He studied at the College of Art in Patna from 1983- 1988. He initially trained as a painter and then went on to experimenting with varied media. His work includes ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Anita Dube

    By IAC Team

    • 12 Dec 2012
    • Art, Artist, Profile, Indian, Artwork

    Anita Dube started out as an art historian and critic before she became an artist. Born in Lucknow in 1958, she graduated in history from Delhi University in 1979. In 1982 she completed her masters in Art Criticism from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the MS University...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - C Douglas

    By IAC Team

    • 12 Dec 2012
    • Artists, Arts, Crafts, Painting, Indian

    C Douglas was born in Kerala in the year 1951. He joined the Government College of Arts and Crafts, Madras graduating in 1976 with a Diploma in Painting. South India at this point of time was undergoing an artist movement and Douglas had the opportunity to interact...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Jayashree Chakravarty

    By IAC Team

    • 12 Dec 2012
    • Art, Artist, Profile, Indian, Artwork

    Jayashree Chakravarty, born in the year 1956, in Tripura, received her education from Shantiniketan. She graduated from the Vishwa Bharati University, Shantiniketan in 1978. This was followed by a Post-graduate diploma from the M.S.University, Baroda, in 1980. In 1...

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  • Indian Artists Respected the World Over

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    By IAC Team

    • 20 Sep 2012
    • Art, Artist, Profile, Indian, Artwork

    The Indian artist today has come of age and is recognized and respected at the international level. As the realm is developing, so are its citizens and the freedom and expression put forth by artists is a reflection of their views thus showing the state of the coun...

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  • Famous Artists of India on IndianArtCollectors

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    By IAC Team

    • 20 Sep 2012
    • Artists, Famous, India, Artwork, Traditional

    Famous artists of India have left their mark and are recognized in art circles across the globe. Indian art has an ancient history and this is obvious from the paintings of Ajanta and Ellora. Artists have always been influenced by their surroundings and create what...

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  • An Indian Art Gallery That Leaves You Addicted

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    • 20 Sep 2012

    IndianArtCollectors today is a renowned Indian art gallery which has brought artists, collectors and art lovers on the same platform. There is no better place for browsing contemporary Indian art as we showcase the largest variety. This really is a one stop shop fo...

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  • What is Contemporary Artwork?

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    By IAC Team

    • 23 Aug 2012
    • Art, Expressionistic, Artworks, Paper, Women, Colors

    An individual is in search of the self and Indian contemporary artists are making attempts at personal growth and evolution. The society at large and their environment impact their work. Their via media for presenting the same is...

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  • Landscape Art at IndianArtCollectors

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    By IAC Team

    • 23 Aug 2012
    • paintings, Artwork, Artists, Indians, Profiles

    Art in India has thrived ever since the ancient times and Indian paintings are as diverse in form and style as the nation itself. The evidence of paintings in India, as being really old, can be seen from the rock paintings of the Ajanta and the Ellora caves. Painti...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Anju Dodiya

    By IAC Team

    • 20 Apr 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Anju Dodiya uses a visual language that is autobiographical. Born in 1964 in Mumbai, the artist received her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from the Sir JJ School of Arts, Mumbai. Anju is considered to be one of the most important contemporary Indian artists ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Alwar Balasubramaniam

    By IAC Team

    • 18 Apr 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Alwar Balasubramaniam is an artist who ignores boundaries and defies the preconceived notion of an artist. Born in Nellai, Tamil Nadu in the year 1971, Balasubramaniam V received his Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts in 1995 from the Government College of Arts and Craft...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist Amit Ambalal

    By IAC Team

    • 18 Apr 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Amit Ambalal was born in 1943 in Ahmedabad and has had no formal training in art. Following a childhood dream of painting, he trained under Chaganlal Jadav, an artist and teacher of repute. He belonged to a prosperous business family and after his graduation in art...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist Amitava Das

    By IAC Team

    • 18 Apr 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Amitava Das was born in New Delhi in the year 1947 and was raised in Shimla. He studied drawing and painting at the Delhi College of Art, New Delhi from 1965-72. In 1974 he took up the job of a lecturer at the Art...

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  • IndianArtCollector Profiles Artist - Dharmanarayan Dasgupta

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    • 18 Apr 2012

    Dharmanarayan Dasgupta was born in 1939 in Tripura. His father was employed by the Maharaja of Tripura and the job required a lot of movement within the state. This life exposed Dasgupta to a variety of influences...

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  • IndianArtCollector Profiles Artist -Francis Newton Souza

    By IAC Team

    • 18 Apr 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Francis Newton Souza was one of the first Indian artists to be recognized internationally. Born a rebel and a non- conformist, his paintings reflect his attitude. He was one of the founding members of the Progressive Artists’ Group in 1947 in Bombay, includin...

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  • IndianArtCollector Profiles Artist -J Sultan Ali

    By IAC Team

    • 18 Apr 2012
    • Artist Profile

    J Sultan Ali was born in Bombay in the year 1920. He was an artist who defied classification and sought to develop his own pictorial language. Sultan Ali refused to be restricted within the confines of the rules l...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Jagdish Swaminathan

    By IAC Team

    • 18 Apr 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Jagdish Swaminathan was born in Shimla in the year 1928. In the late 40’s he became associated with the Communist Party of India and worked as a journalist for the Left magazines. Swaminathan’s presenc...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Jyoti Bhatt

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    • 18 Apr 2012

    Jyoti Bhatt was born in the Indian state of Gujarat, in Bhavnagar in the year 1934. He is one of India’s well-known artists and has been involved in painting, printmaking and photography. He was one of the f...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Kalapthi Subramanyan

    By IAC Team

    • 18 Apr 2012
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    Kalapthi Ganapathi Subramanyan was born in 1924 in Kerala and lives and works in Baroda. Subramanyan’s range of styles is extensive. As an artist, Subramanyan does not believe in being restricted by boundaries. He is credited with blending a number of mediums...

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  • E-commerce Coming To Art

    By IAC Team

    • 07 Mar 2012
    • E-commerce, Art, Buying Online

    With a huge surge in the usage of cyberspace, ecommerce has witnessed a tremendous boost. Online purchasing of products is now a regular household phenomenon and why not? Sitting in the comfort of your home or office, you can browse for anything online. Modern Indi...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist Atul Dodiya

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Atul Dodiya was born in 1959 and he works and resides in Mumbai. Dodiya began his profession in 1988 with a sequence of modest canvases of the surroundings of the common people as well as architecture of little cities. He was enthralled by his personal aptitude to ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Bhupen Khakhar

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Born in the year 1934 in Bombay, Khakhar started his career as a painter rather late in life. He qualified as a chartered accountant before moving to Baroda to take up a course in Art Criticism at the Faculty of Fine Arts. The painter is largely self- trained and s...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist Bikash Bhattacharjee

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Bikash Bhattacharjee lives and works in Kolkata. His work is the combination of compassion and astounding scientific ability making it appear overstated and alluring with a super-real touch to it. Bikash has a reputation for his amazing prowess to convey the intern...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist Jogen Chowdhury

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Jogen Chowdhury works and resides in Shantiniketan. The majority of his paintings are positioned against a dark setting and the figures are indistinct and sketched without any restraint. The outlines of the arms and legs as well as other parts of the body are so su...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist K Laxma Goud

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012
    • Artist Profile

    K Laxma Goud was born in Nizamabad, Andhra- Pradesh and he resides and works in Hyderabad. Early in life, Goud figured that painting was his specialty therefore he started to test wit...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist Kattingeri Krishna Hebbar

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012
    • Artist Profile

    KK Hebbar was born in 1911 at Kattingeri in Karnataka and he died in 1996 in Mumbai. He reacted with fervor to novel artistic liberties close to the time of India’s independence and also welcomed the subjects and practices of the frescoes of Ajanta as well as...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist Manjit Bawa

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Manjit Bawa as a youthful artist, like many of his generation, searched for a language which was both deeply entrenched in native folklore as well as was contemporary at the same time. The amalgamation of the impact of pahari miniature paintings and a meticulous gu...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist Nalini Malani

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Nalini Malani is one of the most brilliant contemporary artists of India. Born in 1946, in Karachi, Pakistan, her family moved to India after the Partition of India. She joined the JJ School of Art in Bombay and trained as a painter. As a student she maintained a s...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist Narayan Shridhar Bendre

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Bendre’s paintings customized the altering fashions in European art with his Indian themes and he was one of the initial Indian modernists. Over the many years he painted romantic pictures of the lives of ru...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist Ram Kumar

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012
    • Artist Profile

    Ram Kumar was born in the year 1924, in Shimla, and is one of the most brilliant contemporary Indian artists. He obtained his Masters Degree in economics from the St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. Ram Kumar took painting classes from The Sharda Vakil School of Ar...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Rameshwar Broota

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    By Sarika Makkar

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Rameshwar Broota works and lives in New Delhi. He studied at the Delhi College of Art and graduated in 1964. He was highly motivated by nomadic manual workers, who gathered in the city to earn their livelihood and thus started with making desolate yet

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Ramkinkar Baij

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    By Sarika Makkar

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Energy and exuberance are typical of Ramkinkar’s paintings and monumental sculptures. He has gained immense popularity in modern Indian art for ignoring convention and developing an unusual expression; he is also amongst the earliest artists of Shantiniketan ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Sakti Burman

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    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Burman’s rearing has a glaring impact on his art work and legends and myths added value to it like in most Bengali family circles. It is no happenstance that the affluently festooned Noah’s Ark in his Dreamers on the Ark (1998) reminds you of the fabled...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Satish Gujral

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Satish was born in Jhelum, Punjab in 1925. He resides and works now in New Delhi. Gujral went to the Mayo School of Art in Lahore and he is deaf since the time he was a child. It was here that he trained in wood and stone carving, clay shaping and metal working. He is a multifaceted artist as ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Somnath Hore

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Somnath Hore was born in Chittagong, East Bengal in 1921 and currently works and lives in Santiniketan. Hore started his profession as a painter of political placards when he was a constituent of the communist party. His works depict an early fascination in shapes ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Sudhir Patwardhan

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Sudhir Patwardhan, a radiologist by profession, lives and works in Thane, Mumbai. He was born in Pune, Maharashtra in the year 1949 and obtained his medical degree in the year 1972 from the Armed Forces Medical College, Pune. An important part of the Indian contemp...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Tyeb Mehta

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    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Tyeb Mehta is a renowned artist who spent most of his life in Mumbai. He commenced his career as a film editor in a cinema laboratory. His fascination with art took him to the JJ School of Art in Mumbai from where he graduated at the age of 27 in 1952. Tyeb was als...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Vasudeo S Gaitonde

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Vasudeo Gaitonde was born in Nagpur and his work was downright conceptual. He studied at the JJ School of Art in Bombay. He created symbolic art in the Jain miniature and Basholi fashion. At this phase of his life, he interacted with the Bombay Group and exhibited ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Arpita Singh

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    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Arpita Singh’ paintings are vibrant and energetic; her work is dominated by blues and pinks and pulsates with life. Arpita born in Bara Nagar, now a part of Bangladesh, in the year 1937 received her education from the Delhi Polytechnic. She passed out with a ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - G Ravinder Reddy

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    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    G Ravinder Reddy is a famous contemporary artist who specializes in sculpture. Born in Suryapet, Andhra Pradesh in the year 1956, Reddy received his education in Fine Arts from Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda, specializing in sculptors. Later he did a diploma...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Ganesh Pyne

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Ganesh Pyne was born in Calcutta in the year 1937. Drawing and sketching were his passions from childhood. It was but natural for him to join the Government College of Art and Craft in Calcutta after completing his schooling. He graduated in the year 1959 with a di...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Ghulam Mohammed Sheikh

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Ghulam Mohammed Sheikh, a recipient of the Padma Shri, is not only a painter. He is a poet, a teacher and a historian. He has also had a number of publications on art history and has written critiques on prose and poetry. The impressions from his early life, the st...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Jehangir Sabavala

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    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Jehangir Sabavala, the ‘gentleman painter’ grew up in a highly intellectual environment of Mumbai’s Parsee aristocracy. He passed away in 2011, at the age of 89. A giant on the scene of Indian art, he had a career that spanned more than 60 years. ...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Maqbool Fida Hussain

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    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Maqbool Fida Husain was born in1915 at Pandharpur, Maharashtra and he died in 2011 London, England. His career has spanned a number of decades. He died, literally with his boots on though he is remembered more as the barefoot painter. His energy, vivacity and eccen...

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  • IndianArtCollectors Profiles Artist - Sayed Haider Raza

    By IAC Team

    • 06 Mar 2012

    Sayed Haider Raza born in the year 1922, in central Madhya Pradesh, lives and works in Paris. He had his first solo exhibition in 1946 at Bombay Art Society, where he won the silver medal. The last years of the decade of the 40’s saw him deal with a lot of pe...

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  • Art, Caught In The Web

    By IAC Team

    • 07 Nov 2011

    Collectors are increasingly buying paintings online. Brinda Suri Interested in buying a brand Husain, Menon, Raza, Arakal, Caur or picking up a watercolor of a brand-new artist? Their works are jus...

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  • Indian Art Paintings

    By IAC Team

    • 07 Nov 2011

    Indian Paintings : Soul Enriched Colour Explosions! Indian Paintings: A Genre Distinct! Since about 3000 BC until now, Indian art paintings have been produced in the subcontinent. Westerners observe Indian art as erotic and flamboyant though it is widely appreciate...

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  • Famous Artists

    By IAC Team

    • 07 Nov 2011

    Indian Painters: The Deep Soul of India! So far as I am able to judge, nothing has been left undone, either by man or nature, to make India the most extraordinary country that the sun visits on his rounds. Nothing seems to have been forgotten, nothing overlooked; M...

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  • Online Art Galleries

    By IAC Team

    • 07 Nov 2011

    Art Galleries : An Artful Tryst! As technology attains new heights, art aficionados now have the option of visiting online art galleries instead of physically legging it to view a favourite art collection at art galleries situated across town. Though, not as much f...

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  • Contemporary Indian Art Galleries

    By IAC Team

    • 07 Nov 2011

    Art has always claimed a vital part of Indian life, developing stunningly original art forms; fine Indian arts have come to dominate the art world. The combination of traditional Indian art and western art set the tone for modern Indian art. As the traditions of sp...

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  • Buy Indian Contemporary Art

    By IAC Team

    • 07 Nov 2011

    Bear in mind that the commerce of India is the commerce of the world and ... he who can exclusively command it is the dictator of Europe. (Peter the Great, Czar of Russia). India, the richest country in the world until the arrival of the British; India, whose wealt...

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  • Art Collectors

    By IAC Team

    • 07 Nov 2011

    Art Collectors : Canvas Hunters! Art Collection : Art of the Matter!
    As Indian canvases explode with the color of emotions, a zeal for contemporary art paintings, true collectors art by Indian artists has seen many art collectors on an art collection binge. ...

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  • Aesthetic Investments! Indian Arts and Crafts

    By IAC Team

    • 07 Nov 2011

    Art Collections : Aesthetic Investments! Indian Arts and Crafts : Saffron Tints!
    The colour of the object illuminated partakes of the colour of that which illuminates it. Da Vinci. Indian arts and crafts with traditions immersed in religious beliefs go back ...

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  • Modern Abstract Art

    By IAC Team

    • 31 Oct 2011

    Modern abstract art paintings or sculptures do not portray a specific thing, person or place but its appearance is rather overstated and indistinct. What you see is the vivid strokes of the brush, strange shapes and loudly stated colors. Modern abstract art origina...

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  • Indian Paintings

    By IAC Team

    • 31 Oct 2011

    Art, in its diverse styles has been admired by thousands of people across the globe since olden times. At one time, the royalty literally had copyright of possessing paintings and artworks. However, this concept changed gradually when the rich people too started to...

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  • Indian Art Gallery

    By IAC Team

    • 31 Oct 2011

    Paintings and portraits are the artist’s perceptions of life which he imbibes from his surroundings or circumstances. Indian contemporary art covers all aspects of being from society, religion, racism, development, environment and commercial ventures. The pic...

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  • Contemporary Indian Art

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    • 31 Oct 2011

    Modern homes today are recognizing the value of contemporary art to a great extent and its effects have been immense; a clear indication of this is the growing quantity of art collectors as well as an augmentation in the amount of art galleries around the country. ...

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  • Reflection of history in Art

    By IAC Team

    • 31 Oct 2011
    • Art History, Indian Artists, Indian Art, Internet

    Art from India is age old and dazzling leaving enthusiasts and art lovers overwhelmed and emotional. Yet, Indian paintings have not got stuck in any particular era but have evolved keeping current scenarios in mind. The Indian paintings initially were traditional i...

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  • History of Contemporary Indian Art

    By IAC Team

    • 31 Oct 2011
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    Indian contemporary art is really that which is produced by the new age painters for today’s alive and growing market. The well renowned artists as well as the new genre ones paint on several themes depicting diverse cultures and societies. Indian art paintin...

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  • The Internet is here to help artists

    By IAC Team

    • 31 Oct 2011
    • Internet, Abstract Art, Modern Art, Traditional Art, Art Galleries

    Is art your true love? If so, than you must be a frequent visitor of art galleries around your vicinity or even at a certain distance. In order to pursue your passion, it is a sheer pleasure to take time off from your busy schedule. However, you must be aware of th...

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  • Evolution of Art in India

    By IAC Team

    • 31 Oct 2011
    • Art History, Indian Artists, Indian Art, Paritosh Sen, Suhas Roy, Sunil Das, Shyamal Dutta Ray, Prokash Karmarkar, Rabin Mondal

    For an artist, often it is difficult to give connotation to your actions, sentiments, vocabulary, senses and affections. Canvases speak the language of the unspoken; in their silence they are heard loud and clear by those who are searching for a deeper significance...

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  • Art now moves online

    By IAC Team

    • 31 Oct 2011
    • Online Art, Murals, Miniatures, Paintings

    India is a vast country with diverse climates, topographies, languages, religions and cultures. All the above have made it rich in heritage and these factors have greatly influenced the birth and evolution of Indian art. India was ruled by a number of Indian kings,...

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  • Artist of the Month - Adil Waters

    By IAC Team

    • 25 Jan 2008
    • Adil Writers, Artist Of The Week, Painter, Ceramist

    The Artist of the month for January 2008 is the ceramist and painter at the international township of Auroville in Pondicherry - Adil Writer!

    Adil&rs...

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  • My book 'Dictionary of Indian Art & Artists'

    By Pratima Sheth

    • 14 Jan 2008
    • Art Books, Art, Paintings, Pratima Sheth

    Artist and writer Pratima Sheth is out with her new book, Dictionary of Indian Art & Artists. She shares a few thoughts behind her book with IndianArtCollectors.

    I have observed, that, normally, people are embarrassed...

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  • Perspective of Pratima Sheth

    By Pratima Sheth

    • 08 Jan 2008
    • Artist Perspective, Pratima Sheth, Painting, Art

    Every artist has a different take on how he\she uses their creativity to depict the world around them. We at IndianArtCollectors love to share our artist's perspective. We have esteemed artist Pratima Sheth...

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  • How to preserve Oil Paintings?

    By IAC Team

    • 12 Dec 2007
    • Oil Paintings, Canvas, Art, Home Decor

    Art is an investment and like any other investment it requires a certain amount of care-taking. If you want that gorgeous, Indian oil painting...

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