Paintings from India(788 items)
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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 Paintings from India
Signed Madhubani Painting of Hindu Ganesha from India, "Vinayaka"$117.99
Paying homage to the Hindu god Ganesha, or Vinayaka, Devendra Kumar Jha works with family members to paint the deity in the traditional style of Madhubani paintings. Originating from India's Maithili village, this painting features an impressive level of intricacy and detail, finished with vibrant colors that express the artist's religious passion. The four-armed elephant-man Ganesha stands with one leg crossed over the other, surrounded by flowers and accompanied by a rat that rests underfoot.
Hindu Queen Satyavati Original Fine Art Painting, "Satyavati"$324.99
Wearing majestic jewelry and a large red bindi, Queen Satyavati is truly regal in this colorful portrait. She is described in the Hindu epic Mahabharata and was brought up as a commoner who was adopted by a fisherman. "I have always found great pleasure in listening to the Mahabharata stories," artist Sonu Chopra confides. "The name Satyavati suggests 'Smelling of Truth,' and she was blessed with a heavenly fragrance that did not belong to this world. Satyavati charmed King Shantanu, one of the great kings of Bharata, and married him."
Evocative Acrylic and Oil Expressionist Painting of Buddha, "Serene Buddha"$459.99
This evocative painting from Tanisha Bakshi in India imbues the viewer with a feeling of serenity. Buddha's calm visage, rendered in a monochromatic palette, dominates the composition. The dark canvas is relieved only by purple lotus buds, which represent serenity, peace and tranquility.
Modern Style Oil on Canvas Flower Painting from India, "Blossom"$114.99
In this intriguingly textured oil painting from Sonu Chopra of India, the artist states that "white is a color of peace, and always spreads the message of peace and love. The dark-colored background signifies worries and confusion in the minds of the people, while the white signifies peace which is most wanted in today’s world." The blossoms seem to radiate a sense of hope in this fascinating composition.
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