PAINTING EPOCH AND SENSE: A FORMAL INSPECTION
Keywords:Painting, Art, History, Contemporary
The tradition of painting that has been around for a long time is called the epoch of painting. And the change in modern times is called the meaning of sense in painting. As the Aadimanav became civilized, the Indian conditions changed. Religion and spirituality were given important place in Indian culture. In India, internal beauty has always been given precedence over external beauty. Therefore, in India's painting, the emotional side became clearer and more emerging.
Due to political upheaval in India and some political reasons, the influence of Greek art is seen on the painting of India. Then came the golden age of Indian culture, which is considered Ajanta. The works of this era are considered to be the best.
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