Acrylic Painting

Had the European and Indian Grand Masters known about Acrylic paints a few hundred years ago, they would have perhaps preferred this as a medium to Oil paint. Its ease of use in mixing and its quick-drying feature, makes it suitable for the fast-paced world and times we live in where even hobbies need to work to the general scarcity of Time. Indian artists are using acrylic as a medium on several bases although canvas remains the clear favourite.

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Water Color Painting

Water Colours as a medium, requiring great skill and expertise, has evolved as a more affordable than oils and acrylics. Traditionally, hand-made brushes made of natural resources, sticks and feathers, were used with vegetable dyes. These have now been replaced by easily available commercially-sold brushes and paint with a breezy, effervescent, mirage-like effect where the subjects are reveled as if in a dream or painted in such intricate details as in a photograph. A great source of joy and potential investment.

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Oil Painting

Oil paintings have had the grand stature of “Master-works” across the ages and in all the cultures globally. Traditionally, Oils depicted Nature, Portraits and Hunting or Battle Scenes on a very large scale. In India, the master, Raja Ravi Verma, used Oils extensively to create portraits of Family and these have become the stuff of legend.

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Traditional Painting

India's traditional paintings come from a confluence of cultures. Kings patronized the arts bringing-in artisans from far flung lands to embellish their private palaces with murals and portraits often in gold, silver or powdered gemstones. The Traditional Collection brings you gems to adorn your own private spaces.

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Acrylic Painting
Had the European and Indian Grand Masters known about Acrylic paints a few hundred years ago, they would have perhaps preferred this as a medium to Oil paint. Its ease of use in mixing and its quick-drying feature, makes it suitable for the fast-paced world and times we live in where even hobbies need to work to the general scarcity of Time. Indian artists are using acrylic as a medium on several bases although canvas remains the clear favourite.
Water Color Painting
Water Colours as a medium, requiring great skill and expertise, has evolved as a more affordable than oils and acrylics. Traditionally, hand-made brushes were used with vegetable dyes. These have now been replaced by easily available commercially-sold brushes and paint with a breezy, effervescent, mirage-like effect where the subjects are reveled as if in a dream or painted in such intricate details as in a photograph. A great source of joy and potential investment.
Oil Painting
Timeless monuments of Indian art & culture are the pillars that retain the marvellous craftsmanship glory. Changes in technology, materials & trends have bought about a revolution in design & lifestyles.
Traditional Painting
India's traditional paintings come from a confluence of cultures, when Kings patronized the arts and brought in artisans from far flung lands to commission their private palaces, furnishings and indeed every inch of their living spaces. Doorways, Walls, Floors, Ceilings, every space the eye could behold was embellished with murals and portraits. The medium used was often gold, silver and even powdered gemstones. The Traditional Collection brings you gems to adorn your own private spaces with a bit of Eternal India.