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Amit Bhar is a famous Indian watercolor painting artist. Amit Bhar was born in Hooghly chinsurah (west Bengal). Even as a child his first love was art. At the age of sixteen while at the Calcutta Govt. Art College, Amit was blessed with the guidance of Shri Paresh Das, a noted artist and gold medallist. Subsequently he gained further insights into art under the famous Subal Jana and Niloy Ghosh, who together enriched his style. He was also inspired by Bikash Bhattacharya and Suhas Roy durin...

Amit Bhar is a famous Indian watercolor painting artist. Amit Bhar was born in Hooghly chinsurah (west Bengal). Even as a child his first love was art. At the age of sixteen while at the Calcutta Govt. Art College, Amit was blessed with the guidance of Shri Paresh Das, a noted artist and gold medallist. Subsequently he gained further insights into art under the famous Subal Jana and Niloy Ghosh, who together enriched his style. He was also inspired by Bikash Bhattacharya and Suhas Roy during…

About the Painting: Glow of Hope is displayed in the Sri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery at the Jaganmohan Palace in Mysore, India. The painting shows an Indian woman holding a lighted lamp in one hand, the other hand covering the light of the lamp from the front. The woman is in a simple and

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Realistic Art – Shashikant Dhotre | YouArts

The indian artist Shashikant Dhotre with almost no formal education in art (he had to drop out of Sir J J School of Art, Mumbai, in a month) works on black paper with colour pencils. The 29-year-ol…

The power of Indian mythology casts its magical spell on people from all across the world. Read here to know how it influenced an Italian artist!

The power of Indian mythology casts its magical spell on people from all across the world. Read here to know how it influenced an Italian artist!

Jamini Roy is one of the fathers of modern Indian art, a leading painter in  India’s nationalist art school in Calcutta. His work combines South Asian  folk ...

Jamini Roy is one of the fathers of modern Indian art, a leading painter in India’s nationalist art school in Calcutta. His work combines South Asian folk ...

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was brave and had an immaculate personality in Indian history. Shivaji Maharaj was the warrior king and famous for his bravery, tactics and administrative skills. He always focussed on Swarajya and Maratha heritage

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was brave and had an immaculate personality in Indian history. Shivaji Maharaj was the warrior king and famous for his bravery, tactics and administrative skills. He always focussed on Swarajya and Maratha heritage

Indian Mothers (Jamini Roy Painting Reproduction on Cloth - Unframed)) Jamini Roy was born in 1887 in the Bankura distict of Bengal. Brought up as an artist under the tutelage of Abanindranath Tagore (elder brother of nobel laureate in literature, Rabindranath Tagore, and himself, a famous artist), he grew up with the same ideas and styles that so many of his contemporary artists had, resulting in a non-uniqueness in his artwork, which was limited to impressionist landscapes and portraits. Rec…

Indian Mothers (Jamini Roy Painting Reproduction on Cloth - Unframed)Jamini Roy was born in 1887 in the Bankura distict of Bengal. Brought up as an artist under the tutelage of Abanindranath Tagore (elder brother of nobel laureate in literature, Rabindranath Tagore, and himself, a famous artist), he grew up with the same ideas and styles that so many of his contemporary artists had, resulting in a non-uniqueness in his artwork, which was limited to impressionist landscapes and portraits…