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The Renaissance Mom

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

Trash to Treasure

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

Dressing The History

Dressing The History

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

Fresh Coat of Paint

Fresh Coat of Paint

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

A Wake Up Call: Print isn’t Dead!

A Wake Up Call: Print isn’t Dead!

The first-ever International Print Biennale in Delhi proves printmaking is no static tool manipulated to create a variety based on age-old techniques

Reviving Memories of Glorious Past

Reviving Memories of Glorious Past

India and the World: A History in Nine Stories offers insights into two million years of history and provides a model for museums to share their collections with people across the world

Art Behind Bars

Art Behind Bars

Each of the beautiful artworks displayed on the Tihar Art Gallery walls not only offers an outlet to inmates, but gives a glimpse into their vulnerable human side

No Flight of Fancy

No Flight of Fancy

Kolkata artist involves Santhal tribesmen to revive India’s long lost art form of rock carving by sculpting an 800ft Purulia hill with images of birds and animals

Murals Matter

Murals Matter

Realising that Mohiniattam dance form blended well with traditional Kerala murals, Kalamandalam Bindhulekha was quick to discover her fancy for the medium

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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

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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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