Indian Sketched Elephant Art Print                                                                                                                                                      More

Indian Sketched Elephant Art Print

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An art aficionado, I am not... But there are certain pieces that resonate with my soul.. This is one by the artist Biswarupa, @monnerisms ,who I finally met,while at the Sharjah book  fair... She is such a beautiful warm being.. No wonder her art has ❤️️ She is on FB @RT Biswarupa ..

An art aficionado, I am not... But there are certain pieces that resonate with my soul.. This is one by the artist Biswarupa, @monnerisms ,who I finally met,while at the Sharjah book fair... She is such a beautiful warm being.. No wonder her art has ❤️️ She is on FB @RT Biswarupa ..

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this is fantastic flat art. mughal style is something i've always been inspired by.

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large ears- listen more hear all views small eyes-concentrate large head- never stop learning trunk- adaptable to all tasks stomach-digest and accept all good and bad in life

Limited Edition Print of Original Watercolor Painting, Indian Watercolor Portrait  Titled - Cobalt on Etsy, 552.89 ₪

Limited Edition Print of Original Watercolor Indian Watercolor Portrait Titled - Cobalt on Etsy.

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The beautiful eyes of the American Indian children in the oil paintings of Alfredo Rodriguez (1954, American Painter) § $#34;Alfredo Rodriguez (1954, American)$#34; by Marco from I am a Child ~ children in art history (http://iamachild.wordpress.com). Blo

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An Indian woman applies coloured powder to her "rangoli", a Hindu ritual design, in front of her house in Hyderabad on January 1, 2013. Rangolis are drawn in front of homes early in the morning with a beautiful motif to welcome relatives and friends to mark the New Year. — AFP Photo. "Repinned by Keva xo".

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An Indian woman applies coloured powder to her "rangoli", a Hindu ritual design. Rangolis are drawn in front of homes early in the morning with a beautiful motif to welcome relatives and friends to mark the New Year.

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