Escape Into The Classical Indian Art Collection
Dive into the ancient legacy of rich and diverse Indian classical art which includes self-portraits, picturesque landscapes, historical figures, and monuments, all made available to you in Museum standard prints on German paper and canvas in the size and frame of your choice. Our collection includes works of some of the famous classical artists who thoroughly painted the minute details of the era they belonged to as well as the periods before them.
What is classical Indian art?
Classical Indian Art is the amalgamation of different cultures of different regions and communities that resided in medieval and ancient India. These magical art pieces instantly transport you to a bygone era and make you feel like a live view of the events.
Each canvas dipped and painted with colorful brush strokes speaks a lot about the history, ancient customs, traditions, food, fashion, and much more. Indian classical themes were countless to put, bringing forth vividity in the categories. However, the four main categories of this art are Rajasthani paintings, Mughal paintings, Deccani paintings, and Pahari/Kangra paintings.
Among these, Mughal miniature paintings and Rajasthani miniature paintings have emerged as the most popular forms in recent times, but the beauty of the other two can’t be ignored either.
Our India Wall Art Prints are curated from the different styles and forms of Classical Indian Art which includes:
- Miniature Paintings
- Rajasthani Paintings
- Miniature Mughal Paintings
- Deccani Indian Paintings
- Pahari Paintings
Origin of Indian Classical Art
Indian classical paintings are a part of India’s artistic legacy and preserved in the form of beautiful and legitimate records of history and literature. This vintage art form is known to have originated somewhere in the 7th-century A.C.E. and gradually became famous when the royal emperors made these paintings a part of their households and propagated their value to different places and kingdoms. This moral support led to the birth of many artists who flourished during this period and the later periods, giving rise to a completely different form of art.
What makes Indian classical art a suitable choice for decor?
Classical Indian paintings are beyond comparison when it comes to choosing wall arts for your households. There are varieties to choose from, including sacred or holy religious ones of Gods and Goddess, to portraits and exquisite landscapes. They give a posh look and feel to the interiors due to the value attached to them, and with today’s technology of life-like prints, these are made available at an affordable cost, but with the originality and colors intact.
Place them in your living room or use a sacred one as a part of your worship area to send out positive vibes.
Why buy Indian Classical Art from Dessine Art?
- Famous Artworks by famous artists and heritage series
- Affordable and long-lasting art prints
- Fine Museum Quality German canvas and paper
- 100% genuine premium quality reproduced prints
- Color guarantee for up to 100 years
- Secure payment gateway
- Free shipping, easy returns
- 24X7 curator support
How is my Indian Classical Art shipped? Is it safe to order Indian Classical Art reproduction online?
You can order Indian Classical Art Prints on Canvas. Also, you can shop the Classical Indian Paintings reproduction for your wall either framed or unframed i.e. just the print. If you order only a reproduction print then it is shipped in a safe tube and when you order it with a frame, then your framed Indian Classical Art is packed with a safe three-layer packaging including air bubble, sustainable cardboard, etc. The framed Indian Art comes with a hand-crafted frame with a matte finish wooden look which gives your art a premium look.
It’s safe to order art online on Dessine Art as we provide the safes packaging and shipping method.
Indian Wall Art Collection certainly exudes magic! More than mere colorful brush strokes, each canvas is a lesson learned in history. These paintings deal with ancient traditions, customs, food, fashion, and more. This collection of Traditional Indian Wall Art is a remarkable record of history and literature.