Pakistani artist

Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of Pakistani art with the works of talented Pakistani artists. Explore a diverse range of artistic styles and themes that will inspire and captivate you.
Art, Poster Prints, Diy Artwork, Canvas Art, Vintage Posters, Poster Wall Art, India Art, Space Art, Pakistan Art

Poster Print - 16” by 12” Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to your room and office with these posters that are sure to brighten any environment. • Paper thickness: 10.3 mil • Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²) • Giclée printing quality • Opacity: 94% • ISO brightness: 104% Please note: We use a 3rd party vendor for our art prints (12x16 framed and frameless prints). The majority of our art prints will ship separately from our stickers and…

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Khadijah Chadly
Pakistani Art | Arto`craft: Saeed Akhtar - A Legend of Pakistan Islamic, Pakistani, Pop, Artists, Design, Art, Portrait, Pakistani Artist, Pakistani Art

Saeed Akhtar is one of those legendry artists of Pakistan whose names are not less than icon in Art Industry. His paintings are like mirror where you can easily see, his years of tireless efforts. His works convey a philosophical deepness and charisma, which can be achieved in Art industry after burning midnight oil. We can simply compare his art work with other legendary artists like Gulgee and Jameel Naqsh. Oil on canvas is Saeed’s favorite medium. His choice of colors, are always vibrant…

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Mona Qadir
“Everyone wants to blast their music, to impose their voice and opinion, to make noise that is loud enough to cover every other voice around them. I wondered what would happen if we truly gave each other a chance and listened carefully to the tunes played by the fancy or broken instruments of each lonely soul around us?” ― Louis Yako Art, Pakistani Art, Pakistani Artist, Mughal Paintings, Indian Art, India Art, India Painting, High Art, Indian Classical Dance

“Everyone wants to blast their music, to impose their voice and opinion, to make noise that is loud enough to cover every other voice around them. I wondered what would happen if we truly gave each other a chance and listened carefully to the tunes played by the fancy or broken instruments of each lonely soul around us?” ― Louis Yako

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Aniruddha Chitnis