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Gandhiji believed true art is always simple and natural and there should not be any need for the artist or the writer to explain it to the viewer or the reader

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Gandhiji believed true art is always simple and natural and there should not be any need for the artist or the writer to explain it to the viewer or the reader

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Intelligent and informative, each issue of Art Soul Life Magazine is dedicated to promoting artists from all over the world and all genres of visual art. We follow all major trends in the art world, featuring articles and interviews with leading artists, curators and collectors. Our well-researched critiques with emphasis on mainstream art by today’s favourite artists help them to reach out to a global audience.

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Miniature Artist BL Rajput explaining his artwork

Well recognised miniature artist, BL Rajput received the state award in 1991-92. His works were exhibited in Ganga: River of Life at National Museum in 2017.

Articles

The Renaissance Mom

Bursting forth with spontaneity, Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad is constantly in search of an opportunity to create and transform the mundane into a marvel of art

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Trash to Treasure

Sculptor Ashish Ghosh’s repurposing skills force us to rethink and look at the junk in another light as the upcycled stuff becomes even cooler than the original

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Dressing The History

Kolkata couturier Amalin Datta’s new collection Clad in Clay infuses dressing styles from around the world into his sculptures

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The Renaissance Mom

Bursting forth with spontaneity, Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad is constantly in search of an opportunity to create and transform the mundane into a marvel of art

read more

Trash to Treasure

Sculptor Ashish Ghosh’s repurposing skills force us to rethink and look at the junk in another light as the upcycled stuff becomes even cooler than the original

read more

Dressing The History

Kolkata couturier Amalin Datta’s new collection Clad in Clay infuses dressing styles from around the world into his sculptures

read more

Fresh Coat of Paint

Lalit Kala Akademi chief Uttam Pacharne proposes more regional centres, buying new works and promoting traditional art and women artists

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Blog

Remembering Raza

Art lovers in the Capital were in for a treat as Raza Foundation organized Madhyama – an art exhibition featuring works by 15 budding artists from Madhya Pradesh.

Potpourri

RICHT Launches First Iranian Art, Culture Magazine

The Research Institute of Cultural Heritage and Tourism has launched a monthly magazine titled “Iran’s Honarnameh”, literally meaning “book of art”, to promote ancient Iranian art and culture The Research Institute of...

Editorial

Tomorrow, the Fish May Die

I’m a firm believer in the power of art to slice its way into our collective unconscious and compel us to come together to preserve and steward that which is irreplaceable and beyond value

Tomorrow, the Fish May Die

I’m a firm believer in the power of art to slice its way into our collective unconscious and compel us to come together to preserve and steward that which is irreplaceable and beyond value

The Value of Forgery

The “Greater Fool” theory lives: each buyer counts on finding a bigger fool willing to pay a higher price

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What was hanging on Van Gogh’s walls? In The Bedroom, we see what was hanging above his bed in Arles: two portraits of friends whom he had got to know in the town; one of the painter Eugene Boch and a portrait of Lieutenant Paul-Eugène Milliet. #VanGoghPortrays

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Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know” John Keats

Peder Mørk Mønsted (10 December 1859 – 20 June 1941) was a Danish realist painter. He is best known for his landscape paintings.

Woman washing clothes, 1852

The most relevant art today is taking place outside the art world. Open your eyes and see it happening all around you. More about the phenomenon in our next #artsoullifemagazine
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1850 painting by William Carpenter, now in @britishmuseum Eastward view from steps behind Mt Mary Church, Bandra. @DalrympleWill
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Did you know that Van Gogh often painted not one, but numerous versions of portraits? There are five versions of his famous portrait of Augustine Roulin (La Berceuse), for example. Augustine Roulin (Rocking a Cradle), Vincent van Gogh (1889) @Stedelijk #VanGoghPortrays