This artwork indicates the life of this lovely Bengali couple.
This artwork “Charu & Bhupati” is an outstanding work by artist Gautam Mukherjee. He is very sensitive towards his subject, which are mainly revolve around his family. The focus of his painting has always been the family, with emphasis on the close bonding between them, shown by the physical contact with each other, be it husband-wife, mother-child, grandparent-grandchild or between siblings. This painting express the sentiment of love, affection, felt the world over by one and all. The attention to composition, background, detailing of the people in traditional Bengali attire and jewelry in an environment that is reminiscent of the old Kolkata.
This artwork portrays the philosophy and altruism
This painting “Closeness” is an outstanding work by artist Rajesh Shah. His favorite topics and ideas come from the common surroundings like from Mother and child relationship, to lovers, couples, musicians. This painting is meant to be a heart-to-heart communication with the audience who see them. The artist wants to bring out that being close to nature is like being close to Almighty. People who are closed to nature are in touch with divine rhythm of the universe. This philosophy of harmony and altruism is something that is as rigorously practiced in own life as it is portrayed in the picture. Rajes likes to express his emotions through the canvas and paints simple subjects in the most colorful way with bright vivid colors.
This artwork symbolizes happy marriage of tradition and modernity
This artwork “Couple” is an outstanding work by artist Chikmath F.V. He paints in his own unique style to create imaginary world almost childlike and naive. However, buried deep beneath the surface is the true meaning. Beautiful and interesting things around the artist capture his imagination both visually and emotionally. Every image, every shape and every form talks to him on some level.
This painting is made with various compositions, vibrant colors and lines with the backdrop of the artist robust understanding of Indian history and tradition. He also made use of many modern themes, which could be explained as a happy marriage of tradition and modernity. A prominence on lines and also a total control on lines is a hallmark of his works.
This artwork depicts the relationship of a couple
This painting “couple” is one of the outstanding artwork of artist Asit Kumar Patnaik. The artwork revolves around partly clad male and women figure engrossed in their emotions and captured in a series of complex, multiple and open ended postures. Human psyche and interpersonal relationships of people in society, is the underlying theme that engages the artists interest.
This artwork contain a female and a male form taking shape from the surrounding elemental abstraction.
This painting “Couple” is an outstanding work by artist Sachin Jaltare. His mixed media works explore the tango of form and formlessness, energy and desire, and the mortal and divine. This painting combines figurative and abstract elements fluidly to weave an engrossing narrative that is both authentically Indian and contemporary. Fragments and silhouettes of hauntingly beautiful men and women, representing Shiva and Parvati, are portrayed locked in a sensuous duet of lowered lids, trailing fingers and passionate half-embraces. The sylph-like women and the medieval knight-like men with blazing red tikkas on their foreheads are pictured against moody, nocturnal land- scapes in charcoal, grey, black, scarlet and blue. The expressionist, acrylic canvasses are further flecked with esoteric symbols drawn from the natural world and Hindu mythology.
This artwork depicts two young besotted lovers
This painting “Couple” is an outstanding work by artist Subrata Das. His artworks are imbued with color, mysticism and romance. The acrylics on canvas and mixed media works, feature a cast of ethereal mythological beings from the Hindu epics with long limbs, cascading hair and a flame orange mist of vermilion dotting their foreheads. The painting is dotted with blue lotuses, doves, peacocks, birds and the omnipresent flute. The ethnic subjects and themes are rendered with modern aesthetics, and tradition mixes freely with contemporary techniques in Das’s work.