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The Heritage Collection
To commemorate the World Heritage Day on 18th April, Indiaart presents The Heritage Collection featuring sketches, paintings, prints and photographs on the theme of Heritage.
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Tanmay did his five years diploma and two years advanced diploma in fine arts from Kalabhavan, Visva Bharati University,
Santiniketan. He is a very active sculptor and has had several solo and group shows. Indiaart is happy to present a big range of bronze sculptures by
Tanmay Banerjee. A master of form, Tanmay's bronze sculptures convey a strong emotive message to the viewer. All the sculptures on display are Single
Browse through a vast collection of artworks which are easy on your wallet. Ideal for those who are starting out collecting art as well for gifting purpose.
Ganapati by Somnath Chakraborty
Somnath studied sculpture at Govt. College of Arts & Crafts, Kolkata. Over the years, Somnath has had several solo and group shows at reputed art galleries
in India and has been the recipient of several awards.
A textile designer by training, Poonam enjoys painting which has now become her primary interest. She has had solo as well as group exhibitions to
display her paintings. Nature is the major source of inspiration for her paintings.
Signed Limited Edition Prints
K. G. Subramanyan (1924 - 2016)
Young K. G. Subramanyan was arrested by the British for taking part in Quit India movement. He studied fine art at Visva-Bharati
University, Santiniketan and later at Slade School of Art, London. A outstanding artist and art teacher, K G taught generations of artists at
Santiniketan and Vadodara. He was awarded Padma Vibhushan in 2012 by Govt. of India for his outstanding contribution to the field of art.
Browse through the collection of high quality yet affordable art prints of paintings by Vijay Kulkarni, Chitra Vaidya, Anwar Husain and several other senior professional artists.
Paintings by Amrita Kaur
Amrita is a chartered accountant by profession and is passionate about art. She is a self taught artist and loves to
devote time to pursue her passion whenever she can. Most of her work so far has been inspired by the feminine form and nature.
Videos of art exhibitions (paintings, sculptures and photography), events, workshops, demonstrations and talks organised by Indiaart and Art India Foundation.
Children & Youth Art
See artworks of child artists registered with Indiaart apart from news related to exhibitions,
events and projects for children that Art India Foundation and Indiaart have been associated with.
Abalal was sent by his father to Bombay to join Sir J. J. School of Art. The curriculum at Sir J. J. School of Art stressed the importance of drawing. Naturally Abalal was trained to handle pencil, crayon and charcoal very well.
Though Abalal was expert in handling various techniques, his favourite medium was water colour.
Friends of Indiaart
Artists Mrs. and Mr. Maruti Patil at Indiaart Gallery when they visited the exhibition "Remembering John", featuring paintings by John Fernandes.
See the portfolios of Kumar Mangwani and Saify Akolawala apart from other talented photographers. See photo essays reflecting serious long term
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