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  1. Lady with pot
    Lady with pot
    28*34 inches
  2. Waiting Lady
    Waiting Lady
    8*10 inches
  3. Girl with Cat 2
    Girl with Cat 2
    20*24 inches
  4. girl and  flower
    girl and flower
    19*15 inches
    15*22 inches
    15*22 inches
  7. Rhythmic monochrome
    Rhythmic monochrome
    24*24 inches
  8. Flower seller 2
    Flower seller 2
    60*60 inches
  9. Kathputli
    34*34 inches
  10. bird series 2
    bird series 2
    12*16 inches
  11. Music
    24*24 inches
    15*22 inches
  13. knight 3
    knight 3
    45*39 inches
  14. Evolution A04
    Evolution A04
    36*48 inches
  15. comptemporary s series 4
    comptemporary s series 4
    19*20 inches
  16. animal series 12
    animal series 12
    12*16 inches
  17. Contemporary AK 2
    Contemporary AK 2
    48*48 inches
  18. Happy Tribal Woman
    Happy Tribal Woman
    48*24 inches
    18*18 inches
  20. village couple 1
    village couple 1
    10*12 inches
  21. jypsy women
    jypsy women
    30*36 inches
  22. Nostalgic
    24*36 inches
  23. she
    15*19 inches
  24. the girl
    the girl
    15*19 inches
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Modern Paintings in Indian Art History

  • The Modern Indian art movement in Paintings of India is believed to have begun in Calcutta in the late nineteenth century. Initially, Indian artists drew on Western traditions and methods, including oil painting and easel painting. Post the impact of Western influence led to a revival in primitivism, called the Bengal school of art, which drew from the rich cultural heritage of India. Then the other schools had contributed to the ideology of rural folk and rural life. Indian Art got a boost from India's economic liberalization of the country since the early 1990s where artists across the country started bringing in varied styles of work. In post-liberalization India, artists from across the country have established themselves in the international art market. Indian artworks are beginning to get into the USA's art houses and galleries and are only possible through artists' interest in listening and understanding. Every painting, every sculpture, every work of wall art tells a story, which was the foundation of modern Indian art. The artwork stimulates the viewer to think and understand rather than simply a sub-position. Modern Indians, from abstract art to surrealistic to Cubism to the metaphor, enrich the viewer's view with new ideas and feelings. Indian art constantly echoes the sense and emotion derived from vision, and ecstasy is the most potent human motive in creating art. The thought of owning a piece of art that has witnessed the Indian Independence or survived through the Partition, having played a role in developing world history, as we know it today, is invaluable. Those decisive moments in time, which were near-miss to be captured, resulting in a significant increase in the value of art created in those eras.
  • Folk Art Paintings

    • There are numerous distinct paintings of India which have survived strongly since ancient times. The folk and tribal art of India are the unique productions of community and regional cultures. Even today, indigenous artists use traditional techniques to ensure the most authentic presentation of the art forms.
  • Rajasthani Paintings

    • Rajasthani paintings originated, evolved, and flourished during the 18th century in the royal courts of Rajputana. These use delicate techniques to portray the rich, intricate details.
  • Gond Paintings

    • Gond paintings are a type of folk and tribal art that's practiced by one of the essential tribes from Madhya Pradesh. Gond comes from the Dravidian expression, Kond, which suggests 'the green mountain'. Gond paintings are a mirrored image of man's close reference to his natural surroundings. Warli art is another unique tribal art that depicts the people's social lifestyle and nature worship through geometric figures, shapes, and patterns.
  • Madhubani Paintings

    • Madhubani painting is primarily practiced and respected in the region of Mithila, India. Elongated shapes, brilliant colors, and attractive patterns are unique characteristics of these paintings. In IndianArtZone's diverse collection, you will find the most beautiful and original historical paintings of India. Your interior decor will form a wholesome and fulfilling space with these gorgeous artworks as the center of focus!
  • Indian Village Paintings

    • Indian art paintings poignantly represent the culture, history as well as landscape of the country. The Indian village paintings which you will find in our gallery of IndianArtZone are rich and beautiful. They depict the daily life of the village people: hustling in fields, warming their hearth, and spending time together after a good day of work. Get your choice of lovely village scenery and let it flourish on the walls of your room.
  • Indian Cityscape Paintings

    • India is a country with its thriving heritage and enriching history. The culture of this country comes alive in its old cities and archaeological buildings. With our great collection at IndianArtZone, we bring you paintings of India's historic cityscape and buildings. These modern Indian Paintings deftly portray the culture of ancient architecture, which we are so proud of hosting them. Pick your favorite from our website and showcase it to your enthralled guests!
  • Buy Indian Art Online on IndianArtZone

    • IndianArtZone has a plethora of Indian paintings for sale on our website. Rich, vibrant, and diverse: just like the country itself. Indian wall paintings display the ebullient grandeur through their detailed depiction of our rich culture. Such ethnic art is a jewel to your traditional decor and pride in your modern Indian spirit. Start browsing our online Indian art gallery now!
  • Indian Art Paintings - FAQs

  • What is Indian traditional painting?

    • Each region in our country has remarkable art traditions – like simple depictions of trees, birds, animals, and man. These Indian paintings are gradually detailing representations of the human body in the universe – the space concepts of sun, moon, stars, and stars more. It's been strongly influenced by ethnic practices and traditions of India and transformed paintings from the walls of caves, houses, and temples into palm leaves and later into handmade paper. Over the period, unique painting features, styles were developed that simultaneously maintained the ethics and traditions of folk art in line with innovation.
  • The Evolution of Indian Art:

    • The below four are the important periods of Indian history which influenced art and expressed certain cultural, religious, and political developments of the country.
    • 1.Ancient era
    • 2.Islamic ascendency
    • 3.Colonial-era
    • 4.Independence and post-colonial era
    • These are the periods that have greatly influenced Indian art and paintings over the centuries. These have influenced sculpture, temple art , painting, and even jewelry. The post-colonial period saw the rise of Indian artists who elevated the artistic boundaries, which paved the way for the contemporary art of today.
  • What are Indian Contemporary Paintings?

    • Indian contemporary art is the art of our lifetime, as it started in the early 1970s and present till today. Renowned and upcoming artists are coming up with innovative ideas on several themes depicting diverse cultures and societies.
  • What are Indian Folk art paintings?

    • Indian Folk styles of painting generally depict the Indian lifestyle, culture, tradition across different regions in the country. This unique style of painting differs culturally across different regions.
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