INDXART

INDXART

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INDXART

Indxart is based on the concept of trade-exchange of Indian Contemporary Art and brings in a fresh outlook and interface in sale and purchase of contemporary Indian Painting, Sculpture, Print making and so on.

Indxart pursues art market in India with a whole new ideology, and attempts to bridge the gap between art buyers and artists. It pursues to enter the nascent psyche of art buyers who have the potential and interest but may not essentially be aware of their approach towards good art. Indxart is purely a high art sale website and does not wish to dilute into selling of utility products and decorative artifacts on our website. Indxart is a pure sales website and is specifically user friendly for the buyers. 

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Indira Nagar, Wadala
Pathardi Road, Nashik - 422 013, India
Indira Nagar, Wadala
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  • Kailas Hyalij’s works are celebration of nature. Woking in all sizes, very small to large, his paintings are pure rhythm and a flourish of colours. Hyalij is inspired from the infinite visual pleasures of nature, its changing faces in light and dark, in different seasons and its influence on our moods. His paintings are abstract visuals created with layers of colours,  are glimpses of cool nights in the forests, the first monsoon showers, the gushing waters of the sea.

  • Raju Sutar is an exemplary name in the filed of modern thinking in art. An active painter and thinker since more than three decades, Raju has carved his niche in the postmodern world of art.  “I am always in the role of a painter. I have a filter and see objects as lines and structure”, says Sutar,  who has experimented with a spectrum of mediums from oils to acrylic, water colours, tempera, dry pastels, pencil and ink over the years. Also involved in revival of lost crafts.

  • Raju Sutar is an exemplary name in the filed of modern thinking in art. An active painter and thinker since more than three decades, Raju has carved his niche in the postmodern world of art.  “I am always in the role of a painter. I have a filter and see objects as lines and structure”, says Sutar,  who has experimented with a spectrum of mediums from oils to acrylic, water colours, tempera, dry pastels, pencil and ink over the years. Also involved in revival of lost crafts.

  • Raju Sutar is an exemplary name in the filed of modern thinking in art. An active painter and thinker since more than three decades, Raju has carved his niche in the postmodern world of art.  “I am always in the role of a painter. I have a filter and see objects as lines and structure”, says Sutar,  who has experimented with a spectrum of mediums from oils to acrylic, water colours, tempera, dry pastels, pencil and ink over the years. Also involved in revival of lost crafts.

  • Raju Sutar is an exemplary name in the filed of modern thinking in art. An active painter and thinker since more than three decades, Raju has carved his niche in the postmodern world of art.  “I am always in the role of a painter. I have a filter and see objects as lines and structure”, says Sutar,  who has experimented with a spectrum of mediums from oils to acrylic, water colours, tempera, dry pastels, pencil and ink over the years. Also involved in revival of lost crafts.

  • Raju Sutar is an exemplary name in the filed of modern thinking in art. An active painter and thinker since more than three decades, Raju has carved his niche in the postmodern world of art.  “I am always in the role of a painter. I have a filter and see objects as lines and structure”, says Sutar,  who has experimented with a spectrum of mediums from oils to acrylic, water colours, tempera, dry pastels, pencil and ink over the years. Also involved in revival of lost crafts.

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    Raju Sutar is an exemplary name in the filed of modern thinking in art. An active painter and thinker since more than three decades, Raju has carved his niche in the postmodern world of art.  “I am always in the role of a painter. I have a filter and see objects as lines and structure”, says Sutar,  who has experimented with a spectrum of mediums from oils to acrylic, water colours, tempera, dry pastels, pencil and ink over the years. Also involved in revival of lost crafts.

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    Raju Sutar is an exemplary name in the filed of modern thinking in art. An active painter and thinker since more than three decades, Raju has carved his niche in the postmodern world of art.  “I am always in the role of a painter. I have a filter and see objects as lines and structure”, says Sutar,  who has experimented with a spectrum of mediums from oils to acrylic, water colours, tempera, dry pastels, pencil and ink over the years. Also involved in revival of lost crafts.

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