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Visual language or Painting is the finest way to express one’s ideas and emotions. Painting as art in India has flourished from time immemorial where elaborate illustrations have been discovered in rocks and caves. In mythology, Lord Vishwakarma is the divine architect and presiding genius of arts and cra. Paintings in early life started with depicting the everyday life of people to battle scenes, royal life, flora fauna and so on. Today we have a plethora of paintings influenced by the Mughal era, Rajasthani folklore, Turkish and Persian culture and inspirational modern art. The rich culture of India can be seen in Madhubani, Warli, Kalamkari, Miniature, Phad, Gond, Patachitra and Picchwai paintings.


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Free Spirit, Majestic Twin Horse Portrait Painting

18*24 (Inches)

Rs. 6,500.00

Contemporary Ganesha With Flute Painting

Rs. 11,000.00

"Fine Lines Of Experience" Rajasthani Old Man Portrait Painting (20*25...

20*25 (Inches)

Rs. 6,100.00

Divine Sun God Madhubani Painting (29*21 Inches)


Rs. 8,700.00

"Soul Stirring Play" Turban Old Man Painting (18.5*24 Inches)

18.5*24 (Inches)

Rs. 5,900.00

Beautiful Madhubani Fish Painting (21*29 Inches)

21*29 (Inches)

Rs. 4,500.00

Enlightenment Of Lord Buddha Pattachitra Painting

41*24 (Inches)

Rs. 14,500.00

"Sophistication In Simplicity" Lady Portrait Painting (18.5*24 Inches)

18.5*24 (Inches)

Rs. 5,500.00

Emperor On Royal Ride Painting (16.5*13.5 Inches)

16.5*13.5 (Inches)

Rs. 950.00

Fascinating Peacock Mithila Painting (8.5*10.5 Inches)

Rs. 1,190.00

Artistic Elephant Madhubani Painting ( 8.5*10.5 Inches)

Rs. 1,190.00

Decorated Elephant Madhubani Painting (8.5*10.5 Inches)

Rs. 1,090.00


Where did painting come from, where is the origin of art from?

The history of different types of painting goes back to the time of prehistoric culture and covers all cultural spectrum. Paintings are the fine arts that represent the continuous, undisrupted flow of artistic culture. The paintings are an ongoing pool of artistic creativity. Paintings have emerged in prehistoric times when nomadic people used to paint on Rocky walls of caves. The importance of paintings is only because it is as old as the history of mankind and is a reflection of that ancient time. 

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In earlier times, people used to make drawings with charcoal that leave marks on the caves. This was one of the ways of carving paintings. Later with evolving times, paintings started to be made differently. Times have grown so much that no one can even buy paintings online at at the best prices. 

What is the oldest painting ever?

The history of Indian art is filled up with creative works from some of the very genius people who present their artistic display from all walks of life. Art has been on display in the world for a very long time. We can make this out by seeing the paintings present in the art museums. Most of the art museums are filled with all sorts of beautiful paintings that were painted years ago. 

Though the reality is completely different. The world's oldest works should not hang on the walls of an art gallery. They are, in reality, painted on the walls of ancient caves. The Neanderthal man was the first great artist of all time in human history.

For years and years, the fine arts paintings were expected to begin in Western Europe. Researchers based their belief in this when they found cave paintings found in places like Chauvet Cave in France and the El Castillo Cave in Spain. In these caves, researchers found paintings of animals like horses, lions, hyenas etc. Some of the experts even estimated these paintings were 40,000 years old. The oldest painting of all time was the one painting that was a red disk painted on the wall of the El Castillo Cave in Spain that was estimated to be 40,800 years old. 

What is the history of Indian art?

The history of Indian paintings dates back to around 2500 BC during the peak of the Indus Valley Civilization. Various factors have personally inspired many Indians to paint. Indian paintings have done a fair amount of justice to the content and aesthetics they are often inspired by. The history of the Indian art form is almost as old as its civilization. Due to the growing and changing times, the Indian art form has witnessed drastic changes. 

Four different periods would lay down the evolution of Indian paintings: 

  • Ancient civilisation: The ancient civilisation period dates back to the time between 3200 – 1200 BC. During this time, the Indus Valley civilisation was at its peak. One can even witness the pretty advanced science and culture of the Indus Valley Civilization through the Indian paintings that are curated at that time.
  • Islamic Influence: The time of Mughals in India from the 16th century to the 19th century has left a lasting impact on Indian paintings. The Mughals have had a beautiful influence on Islamic culture in Indian paintings. You can even witness the traces of Mughal influence in the architectural buildings of that time.
  • Colonisation: The arrival of Vasco da Gama in India was a defining moment that can be counted as a turning point of Western influence on Indian heritage. This colonisation period was highly influenced by the westerns mostly of Europe, England, Denmark and Portuguese. 
  • Post colonisation: After the post colonisation period, modern India has seen the world with raging wars and various evolutions that can be most evidently seen in the way people do Indian paintings now.  

How many types of Indian art are there?

The enchanting folk art and paintings are the best reflection of the rich cultural diversity of India. Various painting styles are common in different parts of India, and they reflect the rituals, practices, and philosophies that are meant to be handed down from generation to generation. Some of the popular Indian folk Indian paintings are Madhubani paintings, Warli paintings, Bengal Pat, Phad, Kalamkari, Gond painting, Miniature painting, Tanjore paintings, Pattachitra paintings from Odisha, Abstract art Nirmal paintings from Andhra Pradesh, Pichwai paintings, Odisha palm leaf paintings, Kalighat paintings, Radha Krishna paintings etc. 

Though these paintings tell the common tales of mythology and nature, still each of them has a unique style and beauty present in it. The paintings are made with natural dyes and colours, that would leave you awestruck. You can now easily find these Indian traditional paintings online at

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