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Popular Art Galleries In India

Popular Art Galleries In India

Popular Art Galleries In India - Hashtag Magazine

For art lovers, art galleries are the symbol of heaven on earth. An art gallery is a place where one witnesses different perspectives, ideas, and emotions. Mostly art galleries display paintings, sculptures, and other forms of contemporary modern art that transcend the rules and boundaries of imagination and bind us all together. Here are some of the most popular art galleries in India.

  1. Arts Academy Of Fine Arts, Kolkata

The Art Academy of Fine Arts was established in the year 1933. It is one of the most famous art galleries in India, with many displays of famous and mesmerizing paintings from across the world. The gallery has the paintings of Indian artists in one section and foreign artists’ paintings in another. The most popular paintings in this art gallery are ‘A Winter Evening’ and ‘Girl with a Pitcher.’

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  1. The Government Museum and Art Gallery, Chandigarh

The Government Museum and Art Gallery in Chandigarh is an amazing place that has amazing paintings and sculptures. The gallery began in 1968, and there are different sections for sculptures, architectural works, and art paintings. The art gallery proudly displays the paintings of popular artists like Raja Ravi Varma, Rabindranath Tagore, and Nandalal Bose. 

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  1. National Gallery Of Modern Art, Delhi

The National Gallery of Modern Art in Delhi is one of the finest art galleries in India. It is a good initiative by the government of India. The gallery was established in 1954 and it has a huge collection of 14,000 paintings by various artists from across the country. The gallery is the home to some famous paintings of Raja Ravi Varma, the Tagore brothers, and Jamini Roy.

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  1. Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai

Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai is one of the unique art galleries in India. Established in 1952, the art gallery has housed many paintings of famous artists like Jamini Roy and Arpita Singh. Apart from the paintings, the art gallery is also home to various scriptures, photographs, and brilliant crafts.

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  1.  Gallery Artchill, Jaipur

Sangeeta Juneja the founder of Gallery Artchill started this place in the west wing of the famous Amber Fort in the year 1994. It is one of the biggest modern and contemporary art galleries in India and is the house of contemporary Rajasthani Art. The gallery has hosted and sponsored 132 art shows and displayed Indian art in international art events. Right now, there are 2,500 artworks present in the gallery.

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  1. Government Museum, Chennai

Government Museum in Chennai is also called as Madras Museum and it is the second oldest museum and art gallery in India. Established in the year 1851, there are many traditional paintings of the Rajput, and Mughal eras. The best attraction of this art museum is the Tanjore paintings displayed along with contemporary modern art. 

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  1. Victoria Memorial Art Gallery, Kolkata

The Victoria Memorial Art Gallery in Kolkata was established in 1921. It has a collection of both native and foreign paintings. The art gallery is divided into various sections which are Indian miniature, Royal art gallery, Calcutta gallery, and Indian and foreign paintings. 

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  1. National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangalore

The National Gallery of Modern Art is a new art gallery in India that was inaugurated in 2009. The art gallery has more than 500 paintings from traditional and modern genres. All the paintings are aligned as per the periods. There are also some popular paintings of honourable artists like Amrita Sher Gil, Jamini Roy, and Raja Ravi Varma. 

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  1. Muse Art Gallery, Hyderabad

Muse Art Gallery is one of the famous art galleries in India begun by Kaali Sudheer and J.K.Sandhya. It is a contemporary space located in the heart of the city. The art gallery conducts various programs like lectures, discussions, and seminars on art and its importance. 

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  1. Aakriti Gallery

Aakriti Gallery is one of the modern art galleries in India. There are two centres in Kolkata and New Delhi. The art gallery has amazing works of conventional artworks, sculptures, and printmaking. You can also purchase modern art and contemporary art depictions from the online art shop.

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Conclusion: These are some of the popular art galleries in India where you can witness old traditional paintings along with contemporary modern art, fine art, abstract paintings, and sculptures. You can also attend the events and interact with the artists to understand the heritage and importance of the art. 

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