Expressionist Paintings from India(214 items)
Welcome to the Expressionist Paintings from India Gallery at NOVICA.
Sonu Chopra Paintings
"Art transports me to another dimension which does not feel earthly but ethereal. Such is the joy I derive from painting."
Popular Expressionist Paintings from India
India Color Giclee Print on Canvas Depicting Krishna, "Krishna II'"$189.99
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.
Yantra painting (Mangala), "Bhauma (Mangala)"$79.99
According to Hindu faith, women who desire a son would do well to worship Bhauma, the celibate lord of war, and son of Prithvi or Bhumi, the Earth Goddess. "One should intone the following mantra, while visualizing this for a year," explains Dr. Sneh Gangal. Obtaining vibrant colors form natural stones, Dr. Gangal replicates the legendary yantra with her unique sense of art. Painted on ivory paper, it features a lined matting board. by Dr. Sudhakar Malvaya. A yantra, according to Indian metaphysics, is a geometric representation of energy. According to Hindu Tantras, a mantra is regarded as the ray of consciousness that a yantra represents figuratively. Indian truth-seekers believe that everything in this world represents the abstract energies of a deity, hence every visual phenomenon is a form of yantra. Each yantra has a distinctive pattern that cannot be changed, but which Dr. Gangal embellishes in her own creative way.
Painting of Buddha in Orange Palette by Indian Artist, "Divine Light"$519.99
Artist Tanisha Bakshi beautifully renders the serene face of Buddha in this original acrylic and oil painting. Of her brilliant yellow-orange palette, the artist states that 'this painting symbolizes life-giving energy, light of truth...The gold lotus flower in the background represents achievement and full enlightenment.’
Signed Expressionist Painting of the Hindu God Ganesha, "Royal Ganesha I"$147.99
Symbolizing luxury, comfort, wealth, and prosperity, the Hindu god Ganesha is portrayed in this painting from India. Sunil Jaiswal works with acrylics, watercolor, and ink on handmade paper, capturing this scene in an expressionist style that evokes traditional folk art. The elephant-headed god is depicted in soft tones of pink alongside multicolored swirling designs.