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Right from childbirth, an infant gets quite effortlessly attracted to objects of bright colors and shapes and hence tries to grab and sense their beauty. This is his first venture into understanding art.

As the infant grows into a toddler and then a teenager, he develops better understanding, sharpened senses and becomes more aware of shapes, colors and objects in nature. He then takes the next step by trying to scribble or imitate these aspects through illustrations on paper, canvas, or by craft and sculpture.

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MAKE YOUR NEW YEAR HAPPIER WITH GALLERIST!!!

 

The New Year brings new possibilities and opportunities to forget the past and venture into something new. With the same belief, Gallerist wishes all our artists a happy and delightful New Year. We hope that this year will bring the colours of happiness to your lives as the artists bring them on the canvas. To all the artists associated with us, we wish that this year brings more joy to you and pleasure in your art.

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Collecting art has drifted away from being just a hobby to a money churning business opportunity. With the economic boom in India, many have moved a notch higher in the economic affluence ladder. This has not only empowered them to explore their passion but also to invest in opportunities that could help them reap benefits in the future.

 

Art is one sector that has gained a lot from the economic boom and Indian Art Collectors are wasting no time in cashing i...

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For centuries, Lord Buddha paintings have been considered as a symbol of bills, prosperity, and wealth. This sentiment is echoed by both Hindus as well the Buddhists

Hindus as well as Buddhists have been considering the presence of Lord Buddha in their homes as a divine and spiritually enlightening for centuries. It encourages people to strive for the sense of peace and enlightenment, just the way the lord had done himself. 

There is also another reason people place the images of Lord Buddha in their home and...

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Summary: Indian art history dates back to around 2500 BC. Different factors have inspired artists in India to paint. Indian paintings were often inspired by spirituality and sensuality, making it stand out in terms of content and aesthetics, an aspect that is appreciated even today.

The history of Indian art is almost as old as its civilisation. Indian art is considered to have originated during the peak of the Indus Valley Civilization, somewhere around 2500 BC. Indian paintings during the time were often inspi...

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Art is not only a means to express but also a skill that is widely appreciated and adored. Art in India has always thrown up some interesting talents who have gone on to leave an everlasting impression. Here’s a look at some of the upcoming artist who are bound to make a mark soon.

"I only give expression to the instincts from my soul." - Artist M. F. Husain

Art is a profession that has been in existence since ancient times. Just like a child who loves playing with colours, an artist expresses...

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The right work can really go to great lengths in ensuring that your space gets the right vibes. However, picking up the perfect artwork for your room can be a pretty daunting task. Be it the price, the medium, the art type, etc. Each and every aspect of an artwork can make you drop the idea. We, in this article help you solve this dilemma.

Decorating the bedroom might seem like an easy job but it’s a more difficult and complex project than you might think. Each thing that goes in the interior of a bedroom creates energy ar...

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Painting is not just about painting your dreams or your nightmares; it’s also about painting your present - the reality. And figurative painting is all about that!

 

Figurative painting is the term, which came particularly in use since the arrival of abstract art to refer to artists that retain aspects of the real world as their subject matter, though in a general sense, figurative also applies retrospectively to all art before abstract art.

 

It is somet...

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Indian painting as an art form has existed for several years and it is evident from the different cave paintings, sculptures, etc. They are considered a beautiful representation of Indian culture, traditions, values, and its traces can be dated back to pre-historic times. With the advent of modernization, Indian art has adapted to new styles but the inherent character is still at the core and hence the audience can easily connect to the sentiments of any painting. Whether i...

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MAKE YOUR NEW YEAR HAPPIER WITH GALLERIST!!!

The New Year brings new possibilities and opportunities to forget the past and venture into something new. With the same belief, Gallerist wishes all our artists a happy and delightful New Year. We hope that this year will bring the colors of happiness to your lives as the artists bring them on the canvas. To all the artists associated with us, we wish that this year brings more joy to you and pleasure in your art.

 

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MAKE YOUR NEW YEAR HAPPIER WITH GALLERIST

The New Year brings new possibilities and opportunities to forget the past and venture into something new. With the same belief, Gallerist wishes all our artists a happy and delightful New Year. We hope that this year will bring the colours of happiness to your lives as the artists bring them on the canvas. To all the artists associated with us, we wish that this year brings more joy to you and pleasure in your art.

Spreading happiness through art is not an eas...

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BRING A SPLASH OF COLOURS THIS HOLI WITH THE BEST HOLI PAINTINGS

Whenever we talk about the festival of colours, Holi, a visual of bombarding reds, blues, greens, purples and yellows come to mind. The festival brings the country together as a big canvas with colours exploding at every inch of it.

 

Holi is celebrated as the arrival of spring which is celebrated across India as well as Nepal. With Holi, there come t...

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GANESHA PAINTINGS

With Ganesh Chaturthi around the corner, people are excited to celebrate one of the most awaited festivals. At some places, the celebration is for 3 days while some continue even for 10 days. Idols of Ganesha will be brought into houses and everyone will worship them before immersing them in water for good luck.

In light of this, have you ever thought about having G...

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