The Evolution Of Modern Art Painting

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An effective way of expression, this art form has undergone a lengthy phase of evolution from the ancient to the modern art paintings.

Submitted: September 18, 2013

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India is known as one of the most mysterious of lands that ever existed. Ancient stories carve the rustic charm of this country, its colourful people mesmerize the world; the simplest phenomena to witness diverse religions co-exist with each other,  vaguely intimidate inner voices to discover more about India. It is a land where miracles happen and where people expect divine interventions to make them believe in life beyond death and fortify faith. The traditions that were carried forward, the diversified ethnicity, a plethora of richly harvested culture and dignified forms of graphic art that adorned the past of India makes it all the more intriguing for the outside world. One of the major elements that helped India to come up with a distinct identity is the various art forms that cultivated and nurtured around the corners of majestic walls from the Golden era of India. We aim to specifically discuss the art of painting through this piece of writing, with an effort to walk down the path of its evolution.

Indian paintings have evolved from the ancient times of Mughals to the modern era of the technologically savvy. They have consistently remained immortal in the eyes of artistic history. Painting emerged as one of the oldest art forms in India. It captures the essence of the artist’s imagination and elegantly expresses it in a visual format to the world. An effective way of expression, this art form has undergone a lengthy phase of evolution from the ancient to the modern art paintings. And in spite of several changes in annals of the art form, painting in India still remains a strong art practise, expressing innocence and beauty.

Tracing visually nothing in common from the early ages, modern art paintings are mysteries waiting to be solved. While their ancient counterpart suggested emulsified efforts to merge thoughts into colours, the modern method of painting is mostly focussed towards abstracting the subject and putting the core idea out in the open yet comfortably hidden from the eye. This technique requires an artist to master the subject in order to keep the imagination fresh and flowing. Anything that obstructs the thought process visually can lead to a blockage in modern art paintings that becomes knowingly visible.

If we look back at the ancient years, there is one aspect in a painting that evidently stood out and that is the sheer work on details. It is not unlikely to find the same amount of effort in details on a painting but certainly you wouldn’t come across many that come across as a piece of modern art paintings. This art form has skipped many barriers from being an immersive escape to indulge in deep thought process to an art strictly followed with the primary motive of making it big and popular for money.

Artists in India still strive to follow the traditional approach in painting their thoughts on a blank canvas. They are not cut out from their roots and it is evident that they have and are trying their best to encourage Indian art forms across the globe. Due to some notable efforts of connoisseurs, Indian traditional as well as modern art paintings have earned a well deserved reputation on the international platform.

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