• Bharat Mata by Rabindranath Tagore
One of the most iconic paintings of Rabindranath Tagore depicts a Sadhvi woman in saffron clad clothes holding a book, and a piece of white cloth in hand. It is important because of its emotional and historical value.
• Bapuji by Nandlal Bose
It is one of the famous linocut portraits of Mahatma Gandhi made by legendary Nandalal Bose. The painting is titled as “Dandi March”.
• Three Pujarins by Jamini Roy
This art piece is inspired by the folk art tradition of Bengal and developed in his own style of painting that came out as a visual treat.
• Krishna and Balaram by Jamini Roy
It is based on the two brothers Krishna and Balarama and indicates that they were projections of each other’s image. The artist has used colors in a very modern way in this painting.
• The glow of Hope by S.L Haldankar
Does it look like a painting? For one second I thought a lady is standing with a lamp in her hand. This watercolor art piece has been an attraction for seventy years now. The simplicity, soft and subtle colors used in this piece has made it popular work in the world.
• Horse by M F Husain
This painting depicts the power and energy of horses with the bold outlines that define the strong creatures in full canvas. It is among the best works of Husain.
• Shakuntala by Raja Ravi Verma
This painting depicts the character of Shakuntala from Mahabharata, it easily captures the playfulness of young age.
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