Indian Art Gallery Paintings

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: We bring some beautiful paintings whivh reflect Indian Art Gallery Paintings which are important form in the visual arts, bringing in elements such as drawing,composition, gesture, narration, and abstraction. Here are some of the most beautiful water colour paintings:

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: Split Painting

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: Split painting

In this drawing, we can see there are different splits of nature having one common tree branch. Each split is beautifully painted and are different from each other. We’ve to make the split first with the help of pencil and scale and the tree roughly with pencil. After making the draft I started the painting part. If we see carefully each split is painted darkly at the bottom and lightly at the upper part. I started to paint from the left side which is the mixture of lemon yellow, orange, red, and black color.

At first, I painted the upper portion with yellow color leaving the blank space for sun, and then did the bottom portion with orange red and black. Then I moved to the second split from left in which we used dark yellow, red and black color. I did the yellow color at first in the middle portion, and then used red color around the yellow portion. At last did the bottom with black. In the 3rd split, I used light blue pencil color, dark blue water color and black color.

I did this split the same way as I did the second one i.e light blue color in the middle surrounded by dark blue color and black color. The first and the last split is done using light green pencil color, dark green water color and black color. It is also colored the same way as the previous splits. After coloring the splits, I made the tree branch with the help of black color which started from the first split and extended till the last split.

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: Madhubani Art

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: Madhubani Art

Madhubani art is a style of Indian painting, practiced in the Mithila region of the Indian subcontinent. In this painting, we can see a woman wearing a saree and jewelries. The saree is painted with lemon yellow color leaving the small designs. The multicolored border of the saree is made with the help of colorful sketch pens and micron pen(005).

In the face, we can see a nose pin which I made with sketch pens, and the jewelries and earring also in the same manner. The designs in the saree is made with pink pencil color and red pen. At the top left of the picture we can spot some designs which is made with micron pen and the flowers on it with red pen. I used black gel pen to make the eyeball and pencil shaded the remaining portion. At last, I bordered the drawing with black gel pen, and made design with micron pen.

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: Rabbits in the moonlit night

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: Rabbits in the moonlit night

In this drawing, we can see there are two rabbits sitting in the moonlit night. This drawing is straightforward, and is not time-consuming. At first, I made the rough of the drawing with pencil where I made the rabbits, and the moon. Then I started to color the sky with the help of dark blue, light blue, and black color. I first painted the sky with the light blue color leaving the moon and the rabbits. Then I shade it with dark blue and black color.

The moon is made with the help of lemon yellow color. To mix the colors well, it will be good if we use a white color. The land where the rabbits are sitting are made with the help of black color and the small plants arising from the land is made by black gel pen. At last, the two rabbits were covered with black color.

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: Sunset

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: Sunset

We can see the scene of a sunset and a crane standing near it in this picture. I made the whole sketch with pencil at first, and then painted. The sky is painted with the help of yellow, orange, and red color. The end of the sky is highlighted with black color while the sun is lightly colored with lemon yellow water color. For painting the water, I used yellow color.

After completing the color of sky and water, we move the focus to the crane and the land where it was standing. The crane and the land are colored with the help of black water color and the small plants arising from land and birds are made by black gel pen.

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: Alone with nature

Indian Art Gallery Paintings: Alone with nature

In this picture all we need is black, and white water color and pencil. At first, I made the branch, moon and the girl sitting on the swing with pencil. Then I mixed the black and white color to make it gray color and painted the whole scene leaving the branch, moon, the girl and the swing. After painting gray, I shaded the bottom part with black color. The moon is shaded with gray and black color at the edges. At the end it colored the tree branch, the girl and the swing with black color. For better effects we can pencil shade in some portions.


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