Category Archives: Indian Art

Why Buy Art?

Diary of a Minor Art Collector: No Aspirations Although the walls of my house are tastefully adorned by paintings, pictures and some Art and though I look upon them with great love and appreciation, I have a confession. Any aspirations … Continue reading

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Taking Care of Your Paintings

Age Must Not Wither Them Indian artists are getting their share of fame and famous Indian paintings are selling for unbelievable prices. On a less commercial note, people are increasingly looking at Art and paintings in particular to enhance their … Continue reading

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Surrounded by Beauty

Beauty in the Mundane Have you ever seen art students at a tourist site? There they sit, diligently drawing what everyone else is looking at. So, why are so many people keen on seeing what they draw? There is something … Continue reading

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Appreciating Watercolours

Appreciating Watercolours Watercolour painting is both an exacting and suggestive art. By definition, a watercolour is both a medium and the finished artwork. As a medium, it refers to a paint that is water soluble with one of its key … Continue reading

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What Size Painting to Buy?

Small is the New Big Among various questions which come across someone’s mind while buying art, the size of painting is a very common query. Is less than a full sheet (2*2.5 ft) too small a size to get noticed? Should … Continue reading

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Indian Art over the Ages – Part I

Indian Art over the Ages India has a rich tradition of tribal, religious and folk art, artists in India in the early years of the last century  followed western traditions of painting realistic landscapes and portraits. Artists like Raja Ravi … Continue reading

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