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Thanks for Small Mercies

Thanks for Small Mercies

Tilak Gitai, acclaimed miniature and Phad painter, thanks the Government’s transparent selection process for his Padma Shri

The Light of Vision

The Light of Vision

Benode Behari Mukherjee found his own individual path and that made him different from most of his contemporaries

Fruit of labour

Fruit of labour

Pushed to the edge, Tantubai women from Bengal’s weaver community take to making bael malas to support their families

Shades of illusion

Shades of illusion

20-year-old Mumbaikar Sushant Sushil Rane’s incredible 3D paintings will leave your eyes baffled as they literally jump off the page

Jagged Remains

Jagged Remains

Zargar Zahoor portrays the beauty as well as the tension prevailing in Kashmir

Flattened Future

Flattened Future

Frozen World of the Familiar Stranger explores our collective growing sense of anonymity

Craft du jour

Craft du jour

Handmade ceramics are white hot serving as both art and functional home items

Accidental Collectors

Accidental Collectors

Tanya and Sandeep Goyal’s collection of exquisite art pieces can put best collectors to shame

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Frida Kahlo, Self Portrait with Loose Hair, 1947 with the inscription "Here I painted myself, Frida Kahlo, with my reflection in the mirror. I am 37 years old and this is July, 1947. In Coyoacan, Mexico, the place where I was born". #womensart

Photographer Pennie Smith, The Clash, 1979, used for the 'London Calling' album cover art and voted best rock 'n' roll image #womensart

It's International #PolarBearDay! This polar bear by François Pompon, shown here in marble, was so popular it was produced in a variety of other sizes, from tabletop to full scale, and a range of mediums, including plaster and porcelain. https://t.co/YJu4lCXVMS

Embroidery created by contemporary UK textile artist Hannah Hill aka Hanecdote #womensart

Floored by awe each time I see this desk in the Rijksmuseum, made by Abraham Roentgen, the most famous German cabinetmaker of his time. There's a video showing its secret compartments and how it can conveniently be turned into a small altar. https://t.co/U1SXJfnvMK

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