Every form of art contains broad and detailed meanings, such as paintings. Indian art masterpieces have a significant basis for the history and culture of India wherein art lovers held their attention to it. One excellent reason for that one is the fact that the paintings are exquisite, which maintains a detailed story. Here are some of the magnificent artworks by Indian artists that should never be forgotten.
1.Bapuji – Nandlal Bose
Bose is a great artist (artist of Shantiniketan) during the time of Gandhi, who once said that Bapu is an inspiration to all artists around the world. The painting illustrates Mahatma Gandhi – one of the famous freedom fighters as well as a philosopher the world has ever seen. Moreover, as a reflection of respect for Gandhi, his artwork displayed at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Delhi.
2.Self Portrait – Amrita Sher- Gil
At the very young age of 18, Amrita Sher-Gil is known as one of the famous and essential Indian artists during the 1930s. This self-portrait of her shows about her excellent painting techniques like having the almost hypnotic intensity and alluring the viewer into the intimate psyche of the artist.
3. Self Portrait- Rabindranath Tagore
Maybe some of us know who Rabindranath Tagore is; he is a remarkable artist at India which started painting in the year 1924 at the age of 63. Through the correction of his manuscripts and doodles, you can find an element of his effort for this. This painting describes the full-face of the bearded artist, which is enhanced by unwork background, lack of color plus archaic pencil lines.
4. Bindu – S H Raza
Syed Hyzer Raza is a legendary modern artist who introduces and popularized Indian iconography to the world. The bindu’or the shunya became his focal point of energy for his artworks, which he never tried before. His first exhibition was in the year 1946 until his art continuously evolved. He also once stated that Bindu is a source of energy for life. Furthermore, he became recognized for the geometric abstract pictures.
5. Three Pujarins – Jamini Roy
In this painting, Jamini Roy’s work shows the three almond-eyed priestesses named Three Pujarins. Roy is one of the prominent Bengali artists who is included among the early pioneers of twentieth-century Indian art. His original inspiration is from the traditional folk art of Bengal. Until he ventured with quivering colors and established his technique and style of painting and by this means, all his masterpieces resulted in a fantastic visual celebration.