Creating masterpieces from beaten copper steeped in Indian spirituality and ideology
Painstakingly layered paintings portraying a range of emotions, executed with a cross hatched effect.
Embarking on a journey of self-discovery to explore details of life, both figuratively and metaphorically
Luminous and soulful, a lyrical fusion of indigenous traditions and contemporary sensibilities
Gift of turning bronze into lithe material, giving form to her kinetic compositions that celebrate life
Use of colour and abstraction which gives his smart contemporary canvases and sculptures an edge
Addressing the insatiable hunger of the urban organism through sprawling cityscapes
Detailing of traditional Bengali attire and jewellery reminiscent of the old Kolkata havelis
Marrying tradition with modernity and humour, using vegetable dye on paper
An award winning artist, renowned for creating delicate compositions on raw silk.
moving between various traditional stylistic divisions of Folk art
Highly stylized portraits of Bengali men and women with economy of line and colour, infused with an intimacy
Inspired by traditional leather puppetry of Andhra Pradesh, blending the past with the present.
A snapshot of life at maximum preposterousness, bursting with energy, idiosyncrasy and absurdity
The portrayal of woman as creator or progenitor; often nature itself personified in a female form
Creating a beautiful mosaic of jewel-like hues of colours ranging between the earthy and the dazzling
Hand-embroidered Thread paintings that capture the spirit and vulnerability of the human nude form
Lyrical and romantic art, highlighting the lives of middle-class Indian families with grace and beauty
Projecting a romanticized relationship between women and flowers; an enchanting blend of grace and beauty
Subrata Das is an accomplished artist who captures the quintessential divine qualities of Lord Krishna.
Swapan Palley is inspired by men and women's simplicity of character and graceful qualities.
Inspired by the spiritual and sensuous tradition thatâ€™s an integral component of Indian mythology and art
developing a visual language comprising vivid colours and broad bands of diagonal shading