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Indian Folk Art and Painting – An Articulation of our Cultural Diversity

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Introduction India has a rich tradition of folk art, which has been passed down through generations. Folk art is an important part of India’s cultural heritage, and it is a vital part of the country’s economy. Indian Folk art is defined as art that is produced by a community of people, typically with a shared […]

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Traditional Art Forms of India – Contemporary, Rajasthani, Gond, Aipan

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Introduction Traditional art is an art that has been handed down through generations. It is often characterized by its classical form and style. Traditional art includes painting, sculpture, and architecture. Traditional art is often seen as being of a higher quality than contemporary art. This is because traditional art is created using techniques that have […]

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Kalamkari Paintings – An Ancient Indian Art Form

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Kalamkari paintings are a type of Indian folk art that involves painting and block printing on fabric. The word “kalamkari” comes from two Hindi words: “kalam,” meaning pen, and “Kari,” meaning work. Kalamkari paintings are usually done on cotton or silk fabrics using natural dyes. Kalamkari is a type of painting that originated in India […]

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Madhubani Painting: The Art of India

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Madhubani painting is a type of folk painting from the Mithila region of India. The name “Madhubani” comes from the two villages where the art form first developed: Madhu and Kundan. Madhubani paintings are characterized by their use of bright colors and intricate designs. The paintings are typically done on walls and floors using natural […]

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Celebrating varied facets of Krishna’s life on canvas

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Coinciding with the festival of Janmashtami, Noida’s Art Life Gallery has organised a group art exhibition of five artists. Titled as “Krishna Damodar”, the show has more than 20 works, all highlighting varied facets of Lord Krishna and his life. The participating artists are Kalyanmal Sahu, Manish Verma, Madhur Tyagi, H. Rehman and Babu. The […]

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Overcome Your Creative Fears

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Each one of us has a creative side but only a few are able to recognize it. And those who do, face some obstacles in their life while creating something new. It takes introspection and resilience to be a creative artist and for that, one needs to tackle the blocking barrier in the way i.e. […]

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Reasons to Gift a Painting

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The Art of Gifting The gift-giving season is upon us and you must be busy hunting for the perfect present for your loved ones, friends, colleagues, or relatives. But when it comes to finding the right gift, you need to avoid the cliche and boring. That’s when we step in to help you choose a […]

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About Art Life Gallery

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Art Life Gallery provides perfect background to esteem, admire and appreciate the work of arts by great artists across the country. A digital platform where they can sell their artworks, simultaneously innumerable amazing works by proficient masters of creativity leave art lovers spell bounded. It allows them to explore and adopt the large diversity in […]

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Neel Buddha is a Painting Created by Anjana Birla

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Neel Buddha is a painting created by Anjana Birla in the 1990s. It’s a part of her collection of the Buddha’s Series of paintings. This painting has been made on canvas with oil colors. The painting depicts serene beauty and the blue color represents calmness. The rose petals on the left corner of the painting […]

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10 Famous Indian Masterpieces of Art We Should Know

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The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls. — Pablo Picasso A rich and vital work of art appeals to the people who have artistic instincts and the ones who are aesthetes. Not everyone is an admirer of the beauty and wholeness of art. But being Indians, we should […]

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