Shiva on Nandi 01

by Amol Pawar
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Size: 60 x 48 inches
Medium: Acrylic, Charcoal and 24K Gold Leaf on Linen Canvas
Year: 2019


This artwork is being sold at a special price to raise money for India's fight against Covid-19. The special price is valid only till the campaign is running. The amount that will be donated upon purchase of this artwork is Rs. 56,000, which is 20% of the pre-tax gallery price. This entire amount will be transferred to GiveIndia or Hemkunt Foundation under your name. You can claim tax exemption for 50% of the donated amount under Section 80G in India. A certificate for the same will be shared with you shortly after your purchase. (Note: if you are a non-Indian citizen or resident, we will not be able to arrange for a tax exemption certificate, but the amount will still be donated under your name, and you will receive an acknowledgment receipt for the same).
  • ABOUT Amol Pawar

    Born in 1983 in Maharashtra, Amol Pawar is an Indian artist known for his evocative paintings which often feature mythological figures. Amol completed his G.D. in Applied Art from the Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya in Pune, Maharashtra. The mythological tales that Amol heard growing up, as well as the rangoli patterns he adores, often find their way into his beautiful, layered art.

    Amol Pawar experiments with various mediums, forms, colours and textures in his brilliant artworks which reflect his own rhythm of life. A mix of figurative and abstract art, the artist’s works are predominantly completed in earthy hues, mirroring his strong connection with nature. The distinctive use of contrasting dark and light colours add dimension and depth to Amol’s works.

    The human figure in Amol’s paintings represents him, and the depiction of Shakti is a reflection of the eternal love between man and woman. Amol believes in a guiding figure or mentor, which shows in his portrayal of the Sadhu. He also depicts fierce, powerful animal figures in his artworks. Interesting elements such as numbers and calligraphy, and line drawings of temples, trees, flowers and leaves, enhance the allure of Amol’s paintings.

    An internationally recognized artist, Amol Pawar has had his art displayed in more than 40 shows in India as well as abroad. He has held solo exhibitions in various Indian cities including Mumbai and Pune. His work has been showcased as part of group exhibitions all over India and also in London, Warsaw, Singapore and New York.

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