Indiaart features paintings, sculptures and exhibitions by professional artists, emerging artists as well as child artists. Indiaart has taken special efforts to document the contribution made by old masters to Indian art. "Art Marketplace" on Indiaart enables art collectors to buy and sell art. Artists can display and sell their paintings, sculptures, prints and other art works. Indiaart looks forward to partnering with artists, sculptors, photographers, cartoonists, art schools, art galleries, art museums, art teachers, commercial artists and designers to undertake unique and meaningful art projects. Take a Tour of Indiaart

Professional Artists

Indiaart - Professional Artists

See the profiles and portfolios of artists who pursue a full time career in arts and have been consistently working and exhibiting. Medium of paintings include oil on canvas, acrylic on canvas, watercolour on paper, acrylic on paper, mixed media on canvas and paper and more.

Emerging Artists

Indiaart -  Emerging Artists

See the profile and portfolio of artists who are talented and waiting to be discovered. This section also includes those artists who may be pursuing some other profession but are passionate about their art practice. The artists have used various painting techniques using oil, acrylic, watercolours and mixed media on canvas and paper.


Indiaart - Sculptors

See profile of sculptors and their work in diverse mediums such as bronze, stone and fibre. Includes commissioned work as well as creative work.

Children's Art

Indiaart - Children's Art

Indiaart has created a separate section for Childrenís Art. This section will showcase 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.

Old Masters

Indiaart - Old Masters

See profile and artworks of master painters of India. These artists have made a significant contribution to the world of Indian art. Many of them were inspired and influenced by the old masters of Europe.

Milind Sathe's Blog

  • S. D. (Shi Da) Phadnis and his Laughing Gallery S. D. (Shi Da) Phadnis and his Laughing Gallery

    Like every person in Pune, Shi Da's cartoons was an integral part of growing up and this would have been the case for a couple of generations. At 90, he is going strong with his latest show getting inaugurated at Bal Gandharv Kaladalan, Pune on 24th November 2014. The inaugural event was well organised and the efforts put up by entire Phadnis family were evident.

  • Bal Disha - Exhibition of Paintings by four child artists at Nehru Centre, Mumbai Bal Disha - Exhibition of Paintings by four child artists at Nehru Centre, Mumbai

    Nehru Centre, Mumbai hosts an exhibition of paintings by select child artists every year on the occasion of Childrenís Day. I was invited to inaugurate "Bal Disha - 2014". This show featured artworks of four child artists - Maksim Kuskovski, Aishwarya Ramchandran, Rohan Shenoy and Krisha Shah who were selected for "Bal Disha - 2014".

  • Small town Railway Station - Illustration by Vasant SarwateSmall town Railway Station - Illustration by Vasant Sarwate

    I consider myself truly privileged to meet and be able to interact regularly with one of the most talented illustrators of our time - I am talking about Shri. Vasant Sarwate. A thorough gentleman and a talented illustrator, Shri Sarwate has a fine sense and understanding of literature and arts.

Tour of Indiaart

Milind Sathe promoted Indiaart Gallery and the art portal which showcases Indian Art and reaches out to art collectors and aficionados worldwide. He is actively engaged in promoting artists, curating art and photography exhibitions as well as events and conceptualizing art projects with innovative ideas.

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"Gurukrupa", 1st Floor
70, Shivaji Housing Society
Near Hotel J W Marriott,
Off Senapati Bapat Road
Pune 411016 India

Artist Registration

Artists from all over the world are welcome to send their profiles to Indiaart.

Indiaart will scrutinize each profile and send an invitation to select artists for featuring them on The procedure for registration and the terms will also be mailed to the artists whom Indiaart wishes to feature on its art portal.


"Seduced by the fantastic painting, but initially daunted by buying over the internet, I purchased a painting called 'Dreams'. I was concerned as I usually buy art by looking at the original, not an image of it, but my fears were so unfounded. Not only was the painting all I had wished for (it was better!) the service, communication, packaging and delivery were second to none."

C. Luxford, U.K.

Order & Buying

The price quoted on the website is for the artwork only. Packing and shipping charges are extra and are charged at actuals. VAT is applicable for all shipments within India. VAT is currently @ 12.5%.

We ship worldwide using reputed couriers such as FedEx, DHL for international deliveries and organisations such as India Post, GATI, ARAMEX, DTDC for deliveries within India.

Authenticity Policy

We are committed to ensure fair practices and high ethical standards. A separate certificate of authenticity will be issued for each work of art purchased from us. This certificate will carry an image of the work and mention the dimensions and the medium.The authenticity certificate will be sent 4-6 weeks after the purchase transaction has been completed. This will be sent by registered post/courier.