Hinduism Expressionist Paintings(89 items)
Welcome to the Hinduism Expressionist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Sunil Jaiswal Original paintings
"I was so fascinated by the beauty of art that I couldn't deny the fact that I was in love with it…. My wife is also an artist and she inspires me a lot."
Popular Hinduism Expressionist Paintings
Krishna and Radha-Themed Folk Art Painting from India, "Soul Mates"$49.99
The Hindu soulmates Krishna and Radha celebrate their love in this watercolor painting from India. Working in a folk art style, Shikha Kaistha paints this composition, depicting the romantic and divine duo against an abstract pink background as they gaze upon a majestic peacock together.
India Color Giclee Print on Canvas Depicting Krishna, "Krishna II'"$197.99
Krishna exhibits his blue-cloud complexion as he stands beside a river and blows a conch shell trumpet. Rosy lotus blossoms lift their heads from flowing water in this original composition. Bharti Prajapati reveals her fascination with textile arts; she achieves a similar effect in her paintings, as can be seen in this beautiful print reproduction. Sadhana Jaipuria presents the archival giclée print on canvas as a part of her gallery's collection.
Artist Bharti Prajapati holds a degree in textiles from the National Institute of Design. Inspired by the people, folk arts and fabrics of Kutch, she has developed a unique painting style all her own. Her works have been exhibited in India's major cities as well as in Singapore, New York and London, among other international venues.
Expressionist Painting of Vishnu with Peacock from India, "Incarnation of Vishnu"$204.99
Colors of yellow, red, and orange cover the canvas in this painting by Indian artist Sunil Jaiswal. Krishna is one of the many avatars, or incarnations of the Hindu god Vishnu. Here, Krishna can be seen playing a flute, surrounded by the image of a beautiful peacock.
Hinduism Deity Signed Fine Art Painting, "Pious Ganesha"$247.99
"According to our Hindu traditions, every auspicious occasion starts with an offering and a prayer to lord Ganesha. So, whenever I start a new project or when I have an exam, I always remember him," explains Tanisha from India. Painting with acrylics, she depicts the much beloved deity with Om on his right palm and a on his forehead. It symbolizes Shiva, Ganesha's father. On his left hand Ganesha is holding his favorite desert.