Beautiful Handmade Paintings For Home Decor
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life,” once said Pablo Picasso, the doyen himself, and we couldn't agree more. Art comes with an inarguable capability of moving souls and reminding them of the vastness and the triviality of the universe at the same time. One of the most popular forms of art being used for home decor since times immemorial is that of handmade paintings. These encaptivating versions of art not only bring to the platter a visual delight to set the eyes on but also give a place an artistic makeover, with minimal efforts. Here are some of the most trending ones that'll bring your walls to life!
Trending Handmade Paintings For Home Decor
1. JArt's Handmade Handpainted Lone Tree Framed Wall Decor
With skyscrapers, advanced technology and artificial items flooding the modern lifestyle, a sneak peek into nature is a refreshing retreat. It not only takes one's mind beyond the concrete walls but also brings to the table a sense of calmness and serenity. This painting, in particular, has been inspired by an open field, which has been beautifully re-created on a canvas using high-quality oil paints. The painting comes along with a thin coating of dust protector that ensures good durability.
JArt's Handmade Hand Painted Oil Paintings on Canvas - Lone Tree Framed for Home Decoration Living Room Wall Decor Hanging (Canvas, Size 24" x 18")
2. Datsanks Rising of Flowers Handmade Painting
This beautiful acrylic painting comes loaded primarily with warm hues that extend a comforting ambience for viewers. Not only does this painting makes for a beautiful home decor essential but also adds a dash of class and sophistication. It comes along with a simple yet elegant wooden frame complementing its look. You can either adorn your walls with this beautiful artwork or even gift it to your loved ones.
Datsanks Rising of Flowers by I-M-Possible Handmade Painting Made by Using Acrylic Colours on Camel Canvas Board.
3. Indrico Handmade Mandala Paintings
Mandalas are the concentric designs of circles filled with geometric patterns, often used for meditation and psychological healing purposes. Though originally used in Buddhism, these fascinating figures find a wide presence in art therapy today as well. This beautiful one, in particular, has been filled with vibrant water colours, that are also believed to have a warm and comforting impact on the mind. Not only does the piece adds a dash of style, but also helps in cutting carbon footprint, being made of just natural colours and reclaimed wood.
INDRICO® Original Handmade Mandala Paintings by Artist with Black Frame
4. Fasdi- Art Flower Rose Hand-Painted Abstract Painting
A riot of colours, this gorgeous painting of a rose bouquet is a visual treat for the eyes. Imported acrylic colours of high-quality have gone into the making of this masterpiece, that ensure a fade and crack-free fate for the artwork. Carefully made using palette knives, the painting gives off a fascinating three-dimensional effect that brings the walls to life. The painting is ready to hang, and waiting to fill in your place with positivity and comfort!
Fasdi-ART Oil Painting Flower Rose 3D Hand-Painted On Canvas Abstract Artwork Art Wood Inside Framed Hanging Wall Decoration Abstract Painting (DF003, 24x36inch)
5. Ocular Dreams By B.K. Gahlot- Handmade Acrylic Canvas Painting
One of the prominent faces of Bhakti movement, Meera Bai is known to be one of the most devoted followers of Lord Krishna of all times. A prolific poet and devout follower, Meera Bai is almost synonymous of devotion. This painting righty brings out her dedication and unconditional love for the lord, with traces of contempt and satisfaction clearly visible on her face. The artist has brilliantly brought the oil paints to life in this visual poetry of sorts that comes unframed.
Ocular Dreams By B.K. Gahlot, Mystic Meera - Handmade Acrylic Canvas Painting
6. Village Kraft Patachitra Radha Krishna Palm Leaf Painting
The Eastern Indian state of Odisha offers many art forms on the cultural palette of our heritage, including the age-old Pattachitra style of painting. This style brings to use palm leaves or cloths on which mythological narratives are painted using natural colours. This painting, in particular, is inspired by Lord Krishna and has been painted on a blend of palm leaves and handmade paper. The supporting frame has also been made from natural cane sticks, adding to the quotient of environment-friendliness of the painting.
Village Kraft Patachitra Radha Krishna Palm Leaf Painting Framed with Cane Stick, Used Natural Colors On Handmade Paper, Home Decor, Gift Item, Wall Painting 12.7 x 12.7 cm
Beautiful Handmade Paintings For Home Decor
|Product||Price in India|
|JArt's Handmade Hand Painted Oil Paintings on Canvas - Lone Tree Framed for Home Decoration Living Room Wall Decor Hanging (Canvas, Size 24" x 18")||₹ 2,600|
|Datsanks Rising of Flowers by I-M-Possible Handmade Painting Made by Using Acrylic Colours on Camel Canvas Board.||₹ 1,500|
|INDRICO® Original Handmade Mandala Paintings by Artist with Black Frame||₹ 1,449|
|Fasdi-ART Oil Painting Flower Rose 3D Hand-Painted On Canvas Abstract Artwork Art Wood Inside Framed Hanging Wall Decoration Abstract Painting (DF003, 24x36inch)||₹ 15,998|
|Ocular Dreams By B.K. Gahlot, Mystic Meera - Handmade Acrylic Canvas Painting||₹ 9,999|
|Village Kraft Patachitra Radha Krishna Palm Leaf Painting Framed with Cane Stick, Used Natural Colors On Handmade Paper, Home Decor, Gift Item, Wall Painting 12.7 x 12.7 cm||₹ 399|
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