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Uncharted realm of Indian Art Painting - 0 views

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    These days you will stumble upon numerous of web portals from where you can easily buy Indian art paintings online. And few of them are do providing outstanding and exceptionally remarkable paintings and sculptures designed and created by veteran artists. Discover the realms of imaginative art pieces created by usage of striking brush strokes and effervescent colors.
Taylor Wilson

Contemporary lighting « Interior Design blog - 2 views

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    Contemporary Lighting

    This one-of-a-kind contemporary lighting fixture resembles an eerie spider with long-reaching “arms” and “legs” outfitted with spotlights.

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    Traditional lighting has reigned supreme for decades but it's only been more recently that designers have looked outside the lightbox and reinvented a myriad of lighting fixtures - today there's no shortage of contemporary lighting to choose from. Created like works of art and used as task as well as accent lighting, here are eight modish fixtures that demonstrate the wide range of stylish possibilities.
Vinita Mirchandani

Contemporary Indian Paintings, Contemporary Indian Art Gallery: Studio3 This is a cache... - 0 views

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    Contemporary Indian Art And Contemporary Indian Art Gallery In Mumbai Studio3

Ian Yang

Kris Kuksi : Home - 0 views

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    Psychotropic Comparative Anatomy, acrylic on canvan, 2006
c newsom

The Body in Pain - 0 views

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    Article written by Arthur C. Danto about Botero's series of paintings based on readings and photos of Abu Ghraib. Includes linke to the Marlborough Gallery where his paintings were exhibited.
Ian Yang

Peter Doig - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

  • Peter Doig (born 1959) is a Scottish painter whose paintings are among Europe's most expensive.
  • Many of Doig's pictures are landscapes, with a number harking back to the snowy scenes of his childhood in Canada. His works are frequently based on found photographs (and sometimes on his own), but are not painted in a photorealist style, Doig instead using the photographs simply for reference. Peter Doig’s work captures moments of tranquillity, which contrast with uneasy oneiric elements. He uses unusual colour combinations and depicts scenes from unexpected angles, all contributing to give his work a magic realist feel.
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