This quality handmade painting is created by our experienced artist and completed to perfection.
Artist has paid special attention to the detailing, which is evident on every brush stroke of the painting. It has a fine texture that adds to its visual appeal. This is a 100% handmade painting, and not a print or canvas transfer.
This painting is Inspired by the holy scriptures of India. Deity Ganesha has been represented with the head of an elephant since the early stages of his appearance in Indian art.
It is an original handmade painting, not a print.
Watercolor paintings have a longstanding and illustrious history. Long before the establishment of the British and American schools of watercolor in the 18th and 19th centuries, it was the primary medium used in ancient Japanese and Chinese painting. Also, during the European Renaissance, wildlife illustrators often produced watercolor paintings of flowers, plants, and animals. The luminescent, dreamlike quality of watercolor and its easy accessibility have made it a popular medium among professionals and hobbyists alike. However, working with watercolor is notoriously unpredictable, and producing exquisite works demands an expert eye and a level of flexibility and spontaneity that only comes with a true mastery of the art.
We’re proud to be able to offer some of the most impressive contemporary fine art watercolor paintings for sale created by talented emerging artists from India.
Decorating With Watercolor Prints:-
If you decorate your home or work place with calming neutral shades or pastels, watercolor art prints would harmonize very nicely, creating an overall mood of tranquility within the space. Find one watercolor print you love as a focal piece, and consider creating a gallery wall of various other watercolor prints in a coordinating palette. If you favor a bolder, more eclectic look, create a print gallery wall of works in various mediums--for example, watercolor, oil, and collage--in different sizes and frame styles, but in complementary colors.
Ganesh Visarjan is the last day of the Ganesh festival. It’s a day of long processions filled with pomp and splendor when the Ganesh idols are taken to the sea and immersed in the water.
Crowded, noisy yet full of life .