Mini Kantian Sugar has offered to some manuscripts which had Gain style paintings. Among them some are “Shari Koala Sutra”, Gain “Chitchat Koala Lata”, “Strait Koala Sutra” the examples of Gain school are found in Calcutta, Broad, Sugar, Combat, Bombay, Pomona and Biker. Female figure were rare in Gain school. However some were found there but they were of worshipped Goddesses of the Authoritarian which were painted in Chitchat-Koala drum. Dhoti has been made especially beautiful.
The garments of saints have been shown white like pearls or golden garlands and Must have been specially designed and nicely painted. The paintings of k Chasm (side profile), Deed Chasm(one and half eye face) and front pose have been done in this school. As we come to Ragout and Mogul school, we find specially developed form Of this school. RESISTANT SCHOOL Resistant School consists of Emmer School, Kinsman Agar School, Biker school, Bund School and Jasper School. In 15th century, it is supposed to be the time of revival of Hindu literature of painting, music, art, architecture.
All these saw a new dawn in this period. Paintings of Krishna religion, ragman and ritual poetry etc. Were done in this period. This was not the traditional brashness Tyler of painting. But in very divine and purify form of the same which originated in Gujarat and Emmer as a new school, This was called as Resistant or ragout or Hindu school. In the beginning the paintings were confined to different kings tort their amusement, gradually it all came to the common man. Several precious paintings were destroyed by the Mogul in 16th to 17th century.
In the beginning, the style was inspired by religion as the followers of Rumania like Surd’s, Talmudist, Emmer Valhalla Chary and Chatting Ambusher had taken the expansion and publicity of Hindu Visional religion to climax, In later stage, nettings were done on romance and general folk theme. The whole Restaurants was affected by the invasion of Moguls but Emmer did not come under this control up to last. This was the reason that first of all Resistant School developed in Emmer in the present form.
I PATINA SCHOOL OR COMPANY SCHOOL OF PAINT NAG After the downfall of Mogul’s emperor artist tried to settle themselves different parts Of the country some artist took refugee under the Nab Of Marshaled as the conditions were better there. Paintings were on for three years but the cause of the quarrels of East India Company and the Anabas and the attacks of Afghan and Martha the painters settled at Patina during 1750-1776. Paintings went on in Patina for two Centuries 18th-20th. It was a big business centre and the main commercial centre of British.
That’s why the Barristers got mainly painting done by these artists and sent them to England depicting the social elite, birds and animals. Two main artist of the school Ala Chant and his nephew Copal Chant disciple of artist Dally Ala of variants lived with Maharaja Shari Nary Sings of varnish painted hundred of paintings from 1835 to 1888. This School started at the inspiration of the Barristers as they taught new quinine of water color to these artists and got the paintings done in the same style. But as these artists oeuvre of Mogul school We find a mixture of Mogul and western art in Patina School which were of middle standard.
Color and shading was of European style and were considered Of louver standard by the Barristers by their false propaganda. Artist started learning their Vass technique of water color. The artist Who copied Barristers art was rewarded accordingly. This way the Patina School got started. The artist who properly copied the Barrister’s style was given the title Of Company’s painter and was encouraged. According o Raja Rewash Parkas Sings, Patina school was born in 19th century. The paintings,that the King and rich people of Patina got painted by the artist in there shelter were actually the work of Patina school.
It does not look proper to call those paintings were done under the Barristers as belonging to Patina school. The name of Seesaw Ram is important among the painters of that age along with Ship Ala, Hulas La’, Thumbs La’, Fakir Chant Ala and Jaw Ram Ads (1830-50). Shari Ram Krishna Ads is of the opinion that the name, Patina School is in appropriate as the painting were popular in the whole country mainly in Bengal, Punjab, Maharajah’s, west and the Nepal, Barristers called it Patina School simple because some prominent artists were tot Patina.
The main center of the company school were Patina, Lahore, Delhi, Luckiness, Varnish, Unreadable, Nepal, Pun and Tenor. Dill Shahs, Ninja Shahs and Stub Shahs rulers were the patrons in the development of Decant School of painting. A lot of artists flourished during the rule of Abraham Tail Shah (II) (1580-1627), who was a great lover of painting. It is evident from the availability of numerous portraits of Abraham Tail Shah in different museums of the world. One of the finest portraits of him can be found in the Laggard palace at Biker.
The British Museum has another portrait of him, which was reproduced by Douglas Barrett and Basil Gray in “Painting of India These two portraits represent the typical characteristics of Decant School of painting, like the richness and mellowed grandeur’, which were set in a mysterious background. The Decant school of Painting got inspiration from the McHugh School and evolved its own unique and very characteristic style. In the Prince Of Wales Museum of Iambi, the painting gallery has some typical examples of Decant nettings, which have pale green, mineral-colored backgrounds with figures placed squarely in the foreground.
There are few other collections of Decant paintings from Bund, of the 18th century available here in this gallery, which deals with the theme of love, Another painting of the gallery depicts a lady looking in a Mirror (Bund, 18th century). In this one, the artist has created a courtyard with a lush garden in the background and a pond of lotuses in the foreground that blossom in reflection of the glory tooth young girl, or lover. One more painting of Bund in 17th century depicts a in agony painting in another mood.
The young lady is in agony, suffering the torment of separation from her lover. Abraham Tail Shah was shown as a musician in few other paintings available in the Knapsack Museum, Prague, and the Goanna Collection, Calcutta. Although the McHugh School of painting and the Decant School of painting developed the naturalism due to European influence, yet there was a difference between the two. The McHugh school paintings were more dazzling in technique Whereas the Bujumbura or the Decant School of painting represented more naturalism due to imaginative composition and poetic content.
Some Other Decant paintings Of that period include the paintings Of an “Elephant”, “Kayoing”, “Saints”. “Elephant fights”, “Sparrows”, “Falcons” etc. These paintings have a distinct quality of their own in the very unconventional composition. The rich landscape mysterious atmosphere, gem-like coloring, lavish use of gold, exquisite finish, profusion of large plants, flowering shrubs, and typical Dashiki castles in the background and above all, the sweeping decorative rhythm that is of Bujumbura origin are quite visible in them.
But in many cases, the names of those creative painters were not known. There great works and reference of them are collected from the following sources: Bengal School Of Paintings Being one of the earliest art movements, Bengal school of art is sometimes also known as Renaissance School as it arose against the academic art which was promoted by British during their rule in India.
Towards the end of 19th century when the Indian painting started losing its glory due to historical and social reasons, British Raja promoted the academic art through British art schools and Raja Rave Versa, one of the greatest painters of India was the foremost exponent f academic art as he incorporated the techniques of academic art in his paintings. Bengal school of art was mainly associated with nationalism but was encouraged by few British administrators as well.
E_B. Have Who was at that time the Principal of the Government School of Art, Calcutta encouraged students to imitate McHugh miniatures Which invited lot Of opposition from students as well as nationalists. But Behindhand Étagère who was Arbitrating Etageres nephew supported Have and started painting in McHugh style. Brat Mat, one of the famous paintings by Behindhand Étagère depicts a young woman tit four arms.
His other famous painting are “Passing of Shah Johan , ” “Buddha and Strata”, “Krishna Lila” series, “Banished Yaks”, “Summer, “Moonlight Music Party” , ‘The Call of the Flute” and many more. Have and Behindhand Étagère worked together to revolutionize the art, Following the footsteps of Behindhand Étagère, many other painters started painting influenced by McHugh style, thus leading to a new school of art called Bengal School of art.
However, with the spread tot modernist ideas in sass Bengal school of art started declining. Gradual School Of paintings Lush Green forests, snow covered mountains and the unparalleled beauty of Utterance makes it a popular holiday destination among tourists, Among the hosts of activities that one can do in this tranquil state of India are enjoy the tourist spots, indulge in adventurous sports, meditate, rejuvenate or simply relax.
Through ages, the ministering beauty of Utterance has been a source of inspiration to number of writers, poets, painters and many other artists making it literally rich. One such treasure called Gradual School of painting that originated in this State has immensely contributed towards the rich heritage Of Indian painting. In the middle of 17th century AD, Salesman Oshkosh took refuge in Gradual. Accompanying him was his court painter Shamans and the painter’s son Shared.
After 19 months, Salesman Oshkosh left Gradual but Shamans was so fascinated by the beauty Of Ghana that he stayed back. Though Shamans was well versed in McHugh style of painting, Pariah style of painting fascinated him. Eventually, King of Agrarians appointed him in his own court on a respectable post. Shamans son was Charades. Shakers son was Hairball and Hairball’s son was Manage Ram. Shaman’s successors, all of whom were masters in their wan art, developed their own original style which came to be known as Charcoal School of painting.
It was Manage Ram’s son Moll Ram who carved a niche for himself and took Charcoal School of painting to great heights. Moll Ram who was born in 1743 was a philosopher, poet and statesman and a great painter. Beautiful women with thin waist line, fully developed bosoms, soft oval shaped face, high arched delicate eye brows, thin nose with defined nose bridge are the special features of the Gradual School of painting thus making it a perfect blend of beauty, manic, passion, poetry and sometimes religion.