Indian Landscape Home Decor(25 items)
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Modern India Collectible Color Archival Print on Canvas, "Imagination II"$177.99
Bathed in fiery sunlight, an oxcart is parked beneath a tree. Manjunath Wali creates a colorful world of dizzying shapes, recreating scenes from South India. His imagination comes into play as he contrasts the region's arid setting with is rich and vibrant culture. Sadhana Jaipuria presents the work of art as an archival giclée print on canvas as a part of her gallery's collection.
Manjunath Wali holds a master's degree in visual arts from Vijaya College of Fine Art. Widely exhibited in solo and group shows throughout India, the award-winning artist received a prize in the All India Art Exhibition, Lokamanya Tilak, Pune in 2013 and Lakkundi Utsava, Lakkundi in 2010, among others. His paintings figure in private and corporate collections around the world.
Village Scene Batik Cotton Wall Hanging from India, "Spring Village Scene"$29.99
Crops and a flower grow in a field around a tree during the season of spring. Indian artist Siddique creates this beautiful batik wall hanging. Working with cotton, he paints this scene with a wax resist before adding colorful dyes. A plow rests near the tree, framed against a stark red sky.
Signed Black and White Landscape Painting from India, "Midnight Charm"$197.99
Remembering a village that he would visit during his childhood, Indian artist Arnab Das paints this calm and tranquil composition. Working with watercolors in an impressionist style, he uses hues of black, white, and blue to depict a village house alongside trees and a picket fence.
India Landscape Color Archival Print on Canvas, "Silent Mountains"$217.99
Nature inspires Milind Nayak as he creates this elegant landscape. Casting lacy shadows on distant mountains, leafy trees seem to rustle in the wind. Subtle color and bold silhouettes distinguish this work of art. Sadhana Jaipuria presents a reproduction in a giclée archival print on canvas as a part of her gallery's collection.
A self-taught painter, Milind Nayak has worked in photography and digital art. His media include oils, watercolors and pastels as he strives for the greatest realism possible. "I believe art should mirror reality. I'm drawn by nature's vitality and exuberance, hence I want to depict the glory of nature rather than altering its appearance," the artist says. His paintings figure in collections in India, England, Germany, Poland, Ireland, Scotland, Holland, Malaysia and the USA, and he has exhibited his work in the US and London, in addition to Indian venues.