Take a look at these Captivating Framed Paintings
Immerse yourself in the world of art and let it speak to your soul. Indulge in the allure of framed paintings that effortlessly captivate the senses. Each stroke tells a story, evoking emotions and transcending boundaries.
Valour in Oil Paint
Come behold the magnanimous progeny of imagination and regality. This oil painting on canvas emanates magnificence with each continuous line. The captivating representation of the main character in European painting style displaying the valor in royal colors of red and gold, with a dark background of war is most appropriate for a kings and queens home.
The Wealthy Smoker - Oil Painting On Canvas
Adorned with a blood-red Rajhistani pheta turban, the swarthy, chisel faced man smokes a cigarette with a cruel, curved moustache that compliments his grim expressions and bushy eyebrows outlining his brown complexion in this painting. His mustard yellow choga is festooned with bijou red and green Mala contrasting the background. His collar is displayed as if strangling his neck.
Love Radha Krishna Handmade Painting
Radha and Krishna, the couple whose love has inspired poetry, dramas, dance, and stories that mothers tell their children. Such is the divine sweetness of the duo that no art form is devoid of its presence. In this gorgeous oil painting, Radha- Krishna is shown in close proximity, looking mesmerizing and mesmerized at the same time.
Handmade Making Rangoli Oil Painting
Two young girls are seen immersed in the process of making a rangoli while their mother oversees the task, standing at the threshold of their house. From the black stone masonry and the ornament and attire of the lady, it can be deduced that this oil painting hails from the western state of Maharashtra. The outer walls of the house are constructed with black stones, used in buildings of Pune and surrounding areas.
Parvati - Goddess of Love & Devotion
The Indian tradition is rich with goddesses. So varied are her manifestations and names that every village and every scripture, every art and artist create their own unique image of her. While sometimes she is a consort, at other times she is a fertility goddess; at times she is a benevolent figure yet at others she is horrific and malevolent. The tradition is especially replete with a number of goddesses who are associated with Shiva.
Veenadhari Mahadeva Oil Painting on Canvas
Lord Mahadeva, the great (‘maha’) deva, is the manifestation of the purusha, the consciousness substratum of all existence.This painting depicts the all-encompassing consciousness that is personified as the Shivaji Himself. The iconography is replete with traditional elements.
The Beauty Of The Seated Lakshmi Antiquated Painting
The Devi of plenitude, the harbinger of prosperity and the guardian of resources, is seated in the belly of a gigantic lotus bloom.
The Inspired Veenadhari Mahadeva - Oil Painting On Canvas
Lord Mahadeva, the great (‘maha’) deva, is the manifestation of the Purusha, the consciousness substratum of all existence. According to Sankhya Darshana, when Purusha overcome by the charms of Prakriti comes near her and begins to reflect on her, it is the birth of all life. His wife, Devi Parvati, is the manifestation of Prakriti, the material substratum without which Purusha would have no manifestation.
The Labyrinth - Oil Painting On Canvas
N. Harichandan of Orissa is one of the artists who are capable of encapsulating abstract art in the most beautiful way. Abstract art is the use of shapes, colors, forms, and gestural marks to achieve the effect of visual reality. In this painting, the artist has encapsulated a labyrinth, mostly referred to as a maze which is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. In the modern world, it is a complicated irregular network of passages or paths in which it is difficult to find one's way.
Storm Outside a Bottle - Oil Painting On Canvas
The storm outside the bottle is an oil painting by artist Anup Gomay whose central motif could be interpreted as hope. Artist may have taken the inspiration from the British adverb 'Storm In a Teacup', which slightly matches the title of the painting. It is an English adverb that means a small event that has been exaggerated out of proportion.