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An Anthology of Indian Art

http://www.21stcenturyindianart.com/ The site contains comprehensive history of Indian Art since time immemorial. It gives a glimpse of the art of ancient, medieval and modern India as also touches upon the works and ideas of great Indian artists

 

Pseudorealism : The New Art
http://www.pseudo-realism.com/   This is the official site for Pseuorealism. The site contains a brief analysis of Pseudo-real Art, Pseudoreal Literature and Pseudoreal Film-making. The site also accepts readers contribution and allows plenty of downloads.

All about Indian Art and Artists

http://www.ethnicpaintings.com/contemporary_artists/tyeb-mehta.html The site brings news and views from Indian art world and provides important references regarding important Indian artists

 

Indian Paintings

http://www.dollsofindia.com/gallery/IndianPaintings/FolkArtPaintings/  Find the best of Indian Folk art paintings in this collection from various regions of India. We feature Madhubani or Mithila paintings from Bihar, Patachitra from Orissa, Kalamkari from Andhra Pradesh, Kalighat and Jamini Roy paintings from West Bengal
 

Exotic India

http://www.exoticindiaart.com/  Online store for Indian art, offering miniature paintings, Gemstone Beads and Sterling Silver Jewelry, Ethnic Saris, Batik art, Folk art, Brass and Stone Statuary, Tibetan Buddhist art, and more

 

Ganges India Art Store
http://www.gangesindia.com/ You can view Indian miniature paintings, batik art and folk art and tribal art. Also find Hindu sculptures and statues of Hindu Gods and Goddesses - brass statues, wood sculptures, miniature wooden statues
 

Home Decor Items and Home Accessories

http://www.onlinebkt.com/    Here you can find all kinds of home decor items and home accessory items for your interior decoration needs. These Brass home accessories are carefully crafted by artists and can be used as gift items as well. Wrought iron home decoration items can also be found here

Sanat Kar: Home page 

http://www.sanat.in/artist/bengal_school.php One of the important Bengal School artist Sanat Kar had been painting for over fifty years now. The site brings an overview of his works

 

Devajyoti Ray: A short biography

http://www.woofactor.com/celebrities/Devajyoti_Ray/biography/ One of the important artists of the new generation Devajyoti Ray is now a household name. read more about him at Woofactor

 

Blog on Contemporary Indian Art

http://newartgenre.blogspot.com The most comprehensive blog on Indian art, updated every month. read and write freely on Indian art and let the world know your views

 

Book Rags: Biography, Art News, Literature

http://www.bookrags.com/wiki/Devajyoti_Ray  Guide to important Indian Artists, Literary Figures. Devajyoti Ray is an up and coming………..


 

Oriental Art Blog

http://orientalmusings.blogspot.com   Oriental Art news from China, Japan and South Asia

Telegraph India: Eastern India’s largest selling daily.

http://www.telegraphindia.com/1051111/asp/atleisure/story_5461052.asp

 

Bangla Live : News and Views from Bengal

http://www.banglalive.com/news/NonLeadNewsDetail5416_5_2007.asp Devajyoti Ray is the new face of Indian art in all its vibrancy. A look at the artists’ latest creations

 

Online Reference for Galleries, Original Art, Crafts and Design

http://www.bigartspace.co.uk/gallery/reference/Pseudorealism.aspx  pseudorealism is a new style of art which is fast gaining popularity. Popularised by famous Indian Artist Devajyoti Ray, it is however a post-cursor of art styles of Paul Cadmus…..

 

 

 

 
     
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