MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY PAINTINGS COLLECTIONS

22 inch Height X 33 inch Width
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12 inch Height X 24 inch Width
$315
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28 inch Height X 12 inch Width
$440
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12 inch Height X 24 inch Width
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12 inch Height X 24 inch Width
$315
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22 inch Height X 33 inch Width
$615
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48 inch Height X 18 inch Width
$265
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28 inch Height X 12 inch Width
$440
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12 inch Height X 16 inch Width
$490
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36 inch Height X 48 inch Width
$1490
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33 inch Height X 17 inch Width
$1400
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24 inch Height X 36 inch Width
$170
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48 inch Height X 36 inch Width
$270
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30 inch Height X 40 inch Width
$250
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24 inch Height X 24 inch Width
$170
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36 inch Height X 48 inch Width
$205
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36 inch Height X 31 inch Width
$175
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36 inch height X 24 inch width
$565
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36 inch height X 24 inch width
$565
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48 inch height X 36 inch width
$1150
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24 inch height X 24 inch width
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18 inch height X 16 inch width
$250
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24 inch height X 18 inch width
$405
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18 inch height X 16 inch width
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40 inch Height X 30 inch Width
$205
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36 inch Height X 30 inch Width
$175
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36 inch Height X 48 inch Width
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30 inch Height X 24 inch Width
$170
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36 inch Height X 24 inch Width
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48 inch Height X 48 inch Width
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Exclusively Handmade MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY PAINTING COLLECTIONS

Discover and experience the vast range of styles, techniques, and cultural influence in the exclusively handmade Modern and Contemporary paintings at our curated gallery with a unique collection of artistic expression. The most attractive part of this collection is that each item possesses originality and a particular meaning, which tells the story of growth and change within the medium. The artworks mirror the sentiments and beliefs of the painter and the mass that can be preserved and passed on to the next generation as heirlooms.

 

Lets meet the Art -


Canvas Painting: Canvas is a good surface for acrylic and oil painting since it is long-lasting, lightweight, and cheap. Oil on canvas is the most prominent style associated with canvas. It is thought to have been invented in the 14th century and was initially utilized by Giotto di Bondone and Cimabue in Italy. These two painters are regarded as starters of the Renaissance period of painting, which witnessed a significant increase in oil on canvas artwork.


Acrylic Painting: Acrylic paints for the painting medium were invented in 1934 and were widely utilized by the 1940s. They were wanted because they dried quickly and were multifunctional. It was much easier to mix acrylic paints, and the color came out with a smooth texture.  Acrylic paint is a fast-drying, water-based paint with pigment in an acrylic polymer emulsion.


Modern Art Painting: Traditionally, contemporary art refers to work developed between 1870 and 1970, which included a wide range of creative genres. It was a moment when artists attempted to abandon conventional practices and ideals to make work for a quickly changing and ' modern' era.


Abstract Art:  The origin of abstract painting dates back to the 19th century. It came up with fauvism, cubism, and figurative expressionism. It explored and experimented with color, forms, and, of course, subject matter. Eventually, the traditional pictorial form disappeared, and a new form devoid of restrictions of academics and rules emerged, which only focused on thoughts and expressions.


Oil Painting: The first known oil painting dates to the seventh century CE, when unidentified artisans painted the ancient cave complex at Bamiyan, Afghanistan, with oil that may have been made from walnuts or poppies. But it was in the 15th century, when Jan van Eyck, the leading figure of the early Renaissance, created the first oil paintings, that they began to acquire popularity.


Landscape Paintings: The earliest known Landscaping paintings come from China and belong to the sixth century. By the end of the 15th century, Leonardo Da Vinci, Albrecht Druer, and other artists created pure landscape watercolors in the West. It wasn't until after the Italian Renaissance in the 16th century that full-fledged landscape paintings started to appear.


Fine Artwork: In this case, fine art refers to various types of aesthetic and/or provocative visual compositions. These include painting, sculpture, and any art form that invokes feeling and arouse thought.


Indian Artwork: The culture of India’s art bears traces of many regions, dynasties, and traditions. These include various forms of genres, from classical to modernism.


Still Life Art Painting: It involves still life painting that portrays items like objects, in which the light source enhances their texture, shadows, and appearance. Such symbols and allegories are also very common.


Handmade Painting: Such artworks are created with great care and precision to demonstrate the talent and devotion of an artist.


Handmade Mandala Art: The first Mandala art artifacts date to the fourth century. These Buddhist devotional artworks are frequently seen as a representation or a symbol of a perfect cosmos and are characterized by complex geometrical patterns that symbolize equilibrium and unity. In Tibet, India, Nepal, China, Japan, Bhutan, and Indonesia, this art is particularly well-liked.


Handmade Madhubani Painting: The Mithila paintings are another name for the Madhubani paintings. In 1934, William G. Archer, a British colonial official in the Madhubani area, made the discovery. The artworks were discovered on the walls of the earthquake-damaged homes. To produce a deeply rooted art style, detailed motifs inspired by mythology and nature. The Madhubani employs indigenous materials, including flora for colors, cow dung to treat the paper, and bamboo sticks as brushes.


Original Paintings and Artworks: Art refers to original works of art or works of art created by a single artist with his peculiar view and characteristics. That is why they are considered authentic and rare. An original artwork carries the genuine emotions of the artists and guarantees exclusivity. Owning an original art form is like becoming a listener or viewer to a story that nobody else knows. 


FAQs:


1. What makes a painting famous?


Many factors make a painting famous. The established prestige of its author, deep symbolic impact on public consciousness, high reputation among critics, and pleasant appearance are a few of them.


2. What is the difference between original and printed paintings?


An original painting is a unique piece of art that was created at the hands of an artist. In contrast, a printed painting is a copy created through digital or traditional printing. The original art has been found to have a deeper impact on the beholder than the printed paintings.


3. Are original paintings copyrighted?


Indeed, as soon as an original painting is created, it immediately comes under copyright protection. Generally, the artist or estate of the artist owns the copyright, which encompasses exclusive rights of reproduction, distribution, and public expression of the artwork.

 

4. What makes a painting expensive?


The cost of a particular painting depends on several influences, such as the popularity of its creator, demand, size, complexities or simplicity, medium, historical relevance, and prevailing market trends in the art market.

 

5. What type of art is valuable?


The original art, specifically handmade, is considered valuable. Paintings that mark important stages in cultural development, for example, Renaissance paintings, are considered precious. However, contemporary art, which connects with collectors and art lovers, has great worth as well.