Panchugopal Dutta (b. 2 August 1939, Mymensingh, Bangladesh, d. 6 January 2015, Purulia, India) is an important painter and sculptor from the Bengal School of Art. He received Commercial Art training from Fulia Polytechnic (Nadia, West Bengal, India) in 1958. Following that, he received his Diploma in Fine Arts from the Indian College of Arts and Draftsmanship in 1966. A pupil of Ramananda Bandyopadhyay, Panchugopal Dutta is known for his "Bengali style" of painting. He became the principal...More
Isabelle Babington draws from eclectic influences, creating stories and landscapes that offer an intriguing look at people and the objects that surround them. In this collection, she shares her joy of painting and generates enthusiasm through her use of colors and lines. These pieces are her latest work, inspired by real or imaginary places, skies, moods, and viewpoints. The collection includes popular works such as 'Daydreaming', 'Jardin d'ete', 'Red Moon', 'Leave the window open', 'The...More
The art of Kazakhstan covers all forms of art created throughout history by the peoples living on the territory of modern-day Kazakhstan. Throughout most periods, much of the population of Kazakhstan was nomadic, or at least moved regularly across the vast country. The great majority of the art of Kazakhstan is applied art: the decoration of practical objects, including household utensils and patterned harnesses, through art forms such as carpet-weaving, pottery, and leatherwork. The art of...More
India has always been a major player in contemporary art. In this collection we curate some of the works by established artists from India. The collection includes 'Man with the Golden Flute' by Suman Gupta, 'Everyday Rituals in my Village', 'The Joy of Kite Flying', and 'Visit of the Goddess' by Arpita Basu, 'The Stranger' and 'To Catch The Moon' by Amiya Bhattacharya, 'The Stallion' by Ajay De and 'Ethereal Benares at Night' by Tejinder Kanda...More
"A picture can paint a thousand words". We are here with our new collection of paintings from artists across India.These paintings are a set of invaluable masterpieces. With beautiful eye catching colours and their enchanting beauty anyone would love to have them in their home to enhance the aesthetic charm of their surrounding or as a gift to someone to brighten up their day.Have a look at our exquisite assortment of paintings and we hope you will like them.If you have...More
This is a collection of some very exquisite paintings of different glimpses of our beautiful city Kolkata.Our very accomplished painters have created several outstanding work of art with different mediums of painting such as oil,acrylic ,water colour etc.These sights of Kolkata which have been transformed into painting are an artistic creation of aesthetic value. These glimpses are very common to those who live in or who has lived in Kolkata in some point of time.
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On the event of International Women´s Day, the 8th of March 2021,let´s celebrate the achievements of women in all walks of life all over the world and also raise awareness about women´s equality.
In the year 1908,in New York City US, thousands of women garment workers went on a protest march against their working conditions. Their demand was for shorter working hour, a right to vote and fair pay at work. To honor the anniversary of those protests,...More
Historians of religion and art tend to trace the earliest depiction of Durga to the seals of Indus Valley Civilization. However this claim lacks direct visual evidence from the site. There are several hints to her in the early Vedic texts and by the time of the epics, she emerges as an independent deity. According to Hindu legends, Durga is created by the gods to defeat the demon Mahishasura, who could be only killed by a female. Durga is seen as a motherly figure and often depicted as a...More