Rajput Paintings in Regional Style
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2y ago
 It is a common practice to casually use the term - Rajput Painting during times of defining Rajput painting without considering that both Rajput painting and Hindu traditional painting are quite the same. Though Rajput painting indeed had a specialty and versatility, it's remarkable that reciprocal exchanges of painting style and doctrine occurred frequently between several regional artists across India, keeping up the regional impact. Therefore, it couldn’t be pointed out as a characteristic of the painting that it's a pure or original Rajput Painting. Just like in modern times, doct ..read more
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The History of Indian Mughal Miniature Painting
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3y ago
Part -4  The first emperor Babur was a kind of naturalist. He was interested in flowers, fruits, leaves, creepers, birds, animals, insects and wrote down all of those in his diary by investigating thoroughly. As a genetic successor, Emperor Jahangir had the same passion. In his reign, a lot of paintings of the animal world and trees were created. Historians, however, have shown some paintings where we can see the event of royal hunting, and in those paintings, animals were depicted very accurately with their wildness. Emperor Jahangir usually ordered to paint those flowers or animals ..read more
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ARTDEX and the Art World
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3y ago
 The year 2020 was an unprecedented time in the history of human civilization that got paused the lifeline for a while. It even constricted the natural emotions of human beings and made them puzzled. We experienced a time of nightmare, which we never want to get it back anyway.  In my earlier write-up, I discussed how the art world was working by shoving up all the barriers during the high-time of the pandemic. It proved that although life was felt in critical circumstances yet, it did not stop; rather it was going along silently in a creative way. As a prominent part of the glo ..read more
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I am, and the Art World During this COVID-19 Outbreak
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4y ago
Our colorful (and of course, beautiful) world is becoming faded away and transformed into gray by this unwanted worse that makes our living uncertain. We were not ready for such an unknown curse that appeared without any prior notice or even without having an offense of 760 crore common global citizens. We love peace, friendship, and a healthy relation to all we admire most. We love living with a sense of artistry; we like poems, literature, music, movies; we consider it essential for our life out of other requirements.  Unfortunately, some of the irresponsible individuals which are ..read more
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A Cloud-based Social Site for Artists and Art-collectors
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4y ago
Before stepping into my discussion, I would like to make it clear that it is not a promotional article. I am a global ambassador of Artdex and want to share our motifs that could help other artists and art enthusiasts to have an online accommodation for free. Knowing the pulsation of modern art world, this platform could solve the purpose of the industry by following the needs it has.      I have been working in the international modern art world for last more than 6 years and was searching for a good platform, where artists and art collectors ..read more
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The Importance of the Last Emperor of Mughal Kingdom
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4y ago
 Before stepping into the discussion, a tragic historical fact I want to share to recognize the political calamity of historical India. At the time of grey-headed Shah Jahan in his 65 years, the nefarious sons of Shah Jahan got disposed on his throne forcefully and getting him in prison. It was not the end of antithetical activities among the sons of Shah Jahan, rather had raised the question, - who will be the next emperor of India? In 1658, the battle of Panipat concluded all the controversy, and Aurangzeb became Emperor by defeating his younger ..read more
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The Preeminence of Shah Jahan in Mughal Painting
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5y ago
In the reign of Shah Jahan, the grandeur of Mughal painting reached to the highest level. The offering of former emperors like Humayun, Akbar, and Jahangir make it possible to get such a called which as a successor, Shah Jahan nourished with his dexterity.  Portrait of the most favorite horse of Dara Shikoh named Dilpasand. Mainly in the stream of portrait painting, artists of the court of Shah Jahan brought out its superiority. In the reign of Jahangir, the meaning of 'Morakka' was such a collection of paintings contai ..read more
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The incorporation of Jahangir in Indian Painting
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5y ago
In the meantime, getting attracted by the folk-tale based literature of India and West Asia, Emperor Akbar ordered to compose a new album in 1560 titled, Tutinama. It completed in 1565 probably now stored in the Cleveland Museum at present.  Tutinama Album Cover. Granting introduction of the illustrated artworks of Tutinama(1); there was a radical change occurred even in the illustration of Hamzanama. Attributing to the emotional scene in the painting, the artist created an absolute tension in all aspects that never hap ..read more
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The cooperation of Emperor Akbar
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5y ago
Indian Paintings of the Mughal Period. Abul Fazal started writing the Legendary book Ain-e-Akbari[1]at the time when Mir Syed Ali completed his paintings of the album Dastan-e-ameer-hamza for a while ago. Our previous discussion asserted that the impact of the Indian traditional art recognized in those paintings of the album. Such influence was the core point of the Mughal style. The detailing of those Iranian paintings assists us in recalling the paintings of Durer. Based on the Indian tradition, those paintings were full of vibrant colors that m ..read more
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Indian Paintings of the Mughal Period
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5y ago
In the history of the Indian painting, the era of the Mughal Kingdom was one of the most important times when Indian traditional art got prospered with the exotic Persian art and culture. Interlacing the Persian art with Indian tradition, it also got a freshness and polished form. From this time, the Indian miniature reached the highest label of aesthetic value considered later as the icon of India.    In the perspective of history of the Persian style painting, we somehow acknowledge the three divisions of it. First is Mongol, next Timu ..read more
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