Banaras Ghat - 2

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Specifications
Size : 36 X 36 in | 91.4 X 91.4 cm
Medium : Oil on Canvas
Style : Impressionism
Created in : 2019
Sold by : Artist
Surface : Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
Lot No : MA286708
International shipping : Yes
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International Ships Within : 15 - 18 business days
Reba Mandal Profile
Raigarh , India
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About Artist

PROFILE : Ms. REBA MANDAL (Indian Contemporary Artist, M. Fine - Kolkata) Born on 29th Nov. 1985 in Malda District, West Bengal, India, Reba Mandal had her art education in Kolkata. Later on, she displayed her work using acrylic and Oil colors on canvas covering vivid themes in 7 solo Exhibitions at Mumbai - including Jehangir Art Gallery, Kolkata - Academy of Fine Arts, Chemould Art Gallery, Taj Bengal Hotel, Bangalore - Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath and Art Revolution Taipei, Taiwan and 28 group art exhibitions in many art galleries all over India and Art Auctions in Pune. She Participated 5th Times International Exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan. She presented her work in 6 National level art exhibitions and 9 National Art Camps and Workshops in India as well. She has been honoured with many prestigious awards like Gold Medal Awarded, National level from Agnipath, Special Award and Memento. Her work is in collection of several art connoisseurs / patrons in India and abroad. Now she is working as a freelance visual artist and lives in Raigarh, Chhattisgarh, India.

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An epicentre of vivid spiritual and religious activities, Banaras symbolises an arena full of different temples, shrines, prayers, pilgrims and continuous chanting of mantras on the steps of the holy river Ganga. These steps are called ghats where religious activities and rituals prevail throughout the day. Monumental architectural details of various temples, their beauty when illuminated by sunrays in early morning and the spiritual environments during the evening prayers together enhance the eternal divine sanctity and relevance of Indian culture and spiritual euphoria through vivid vignettes.