"I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free."
Michelangelo
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Monday, 15 September 2014

Paintings from India

 I hope all my friends in blogland are great. :))
Here are some paintings from India. Hope you enjoy them :))

They are ancient Indian paintings.

Ascetic seated on a Leopard's skin

Raja Ravi Verma - Princess Damayandhi
Lord Krishna
Girl playing Veena to a Parrot
Rajput Painting

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful post!
    Thanks for visiting my friend!

    Good week......"."

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  2. Beautiful paintings, are they yours?

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  3. Bob - Thanks!! No, I took them from the history of art in India sites. :))

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  4. They are wonderful paintings. It is great to see such good artwork from India.

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  5. It's good to know that you are still around Ruby. I find the second one of Princess Damayandhi and the swan very wistful and appealing.

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  6. Namaste-
    Thank You for sharing these works, and for your kind visit. You are most welcome! Return anytime



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3 . >< } } (°>

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  7. Good to see you back.
    I have never been to India so I enjoy seeing the world through your eyes.

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  8. That painting by Ravi Varma is really a famous one. Its almost in 3D.

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  9. GB - Thanks!! Yes, you are right. The picture is the scene where Damayanthi is separated from her husband, Nala and is yearning for him as she speaks to the swan.

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  10. Nice to see you back posting again. Thanks for nudging me with a visit.

    These are very colourful.. good choice for your comeback post. ;)

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  11. Wonderful display of paintings :-)

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  12. These are beautiful. The second one is my favourite.

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  13. Hello, Ruby.

    Great photographing. Design, composition and ideas. Very sweet atmosphere.

    Greetings and hugs.

    Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma❃

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  14. Make sure we enjoy these beautiful paintings.
    It is a delight to the eye.
    A kiss and a hug

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