: 𝗛𝗼𝘂𝘀𝗲𝘁𝗵𝗼𝗺𝗲, 𝗔𝗥𝗧 𝗧𝗮𝗹𝗸 : Today, we showcase another of our all time favourite Artist, Nitin Ghangrekar.
Nitin Ghangrekar's first series on Holy Men was a dedication of the holy souls merging in divinity. The sequel series titled 'Gurukul', then emerged to showcase the roots of Indian tradition, and is truly some amazing work of art, that showcases his talent so beautifully.
The Gurukul series, or the series depicting rural life in India, is a result of his travels and visits to various Gurukul system of education. He imbibed the essence of the schools; by doing a lot of sketches while there, and when he was back in his studio he didn't translate the sketches but interpreted them beautifully.
#NitinGhangrekar says -
“Gurukul” theme of Paintings “Gurukul” the way of life which embodies a cosmic vision to acquire the real essence of knowledge and harmony with nature. On my travel to a ‘Gurukul’ I was fascinated to see children studying ‘Ved’ and various other aspects in the rich Vedic traditional way…Which inspired me to paint the ‘Gurukul’ series of Paintings. I love to capture through my imagination and paint the children’s innocence and mischief combined with their vivaciousness, which carries me to an altogether delightful state.
There is a joy in sharing those moments, when the cadence of the flute still reverberates in the atmosphere. The innocent & playful Boys share their happiness and love with everyone and the Peacocks, Cows, Parrots, Rabbits…. too.
Nitin has had several exhibitions of his paintings in India and abroad. His paintings too are in many private collections across the globe.
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