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Artist: Saikat Maity
Old Kolkata, Watercolour on Paper by Contemporary Artist 'In Stock'
By Saikat Maity
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Saikat Maity - Old Kolkata - 14 x 16 inches (Unframed Size) Watercolour on Paper Saikat uses the ‘wash’, ‘glaze’ and ‘wet in wet’ methods of application to produce a huge variety of striking works. The artist has selected the iconic landmark of Kolkata city, during the peak of the British Empire in India. This ethereal scene with the Heritage Building and motor cab is captivating and encapsulates the character of the heritage city with drama and poise. The watercolor artist has avoided excessive detailing and by highlighting just the key features of a Heritage Building & Old Kolkata Streets with crumbling structures, results in a fresh, inviting composition. Style : Saikat does his painting in stages, starting with large, vague color areas established on wet paper, then refines the image through a sequence of washes and glazes, making the works as durable as oils or acrylics. The pigments are held by arabic gum with additives like glycerine and solvents that give the medium durability. Watercolors appear more vivid than acrylics or oils because the pigments are laid down in a more pure form with fewer fillers obscuring the pigment colors. Multiple layers of watercolor thus achieve a very luminous effect. Water being an active and complex partner in the watercolor painting process, it changes the outlines and appearance of the paint as it dries. Saikat has mastered the difficult art of anticipating and leveraging the behavior of water, rather than attempting to control it. Saikat uses the ‘wash’, ‘glaze’ and ‘wet in wet’ methods of application to produce a huge variety of striking works, definitely worth collecting. In my watercolour paintings, the beauty lies in the freshness of colours, their transparency and purity along with a slightly unfinished look resulting in a more natural effect. My watercolours try infusing life in common place objects and making them look spectacularly real. About the Artist & his art works : Born : 1981. Education : 2007 : B.V.A (Drawing & Painting ) from Indian College of Art & Draftsmanship in Kolkata with 1st Class. Group Shows : Saikat has exhibited his paintings in group shows across Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai and Mumbai. Awards & Recognition : 2007 - Best Water...
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2010s Contemporary Saikat Maity Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Still Life, Watercolor on Imported Paper by Contemporary Indian Artist'In Stock'
By Saikat Maity
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Saikat Maity - Still Life - 22 x 27 inches (Unframed Size) Watercolour on Imported Paper Saikat uses the ‘wash’, ‘glaze’ and ‘wet in wet’ methods of application to produce a huge variety of striking works. The artist has selected the iconic landmark of Kolkata city, during the peak of the British Empire in India. This ethereal scene with the Heritage Building and motor cab is captivating and encapsulates the character of the heritage city with drama and poise. The watercolor artist has avoided excessive detailing and by highlighting just the key features of a Heritage Building & Old Kolkata Streets with crumbling structures, results in a fresh, inviting composition. Style : Saikat does his painting in stages, starting with large, vague color areas established on wet paper, then refines the image through a sequence of washes and glazes, making the works as durable as oils or acrylics. The pigments are held by arabic gum with additives like glycerine and solvents that give the medium durability. Watercolors appear more vivid than acrylics or oils because the pigments are laid down in a more pure form with fewer fillers obscuring the pigment colors. Multiple layers of watercolor thus achieve a very luminous effect. Water being an active and complex partner in the watercolor painting process, it changes the outlines and appearance of the paint as it dries. Saikat has mastered the difficult art of anticipating and leveraging the behavior of water, rather than attempting to control it. Saikat uses the ‘wash’, ‘glaze’ and ‘wet in wet’ methods of application to produce a huge variety of striking works, definitely worth collecting. In my watercolour paintings, the beauty lies in the freshness of colours, their transparency and purity along with a slightly unfinished look resulting in a more natural effect. My watercolours try infusing life in common place objects and making them look spectacularly real. About the Artist & his art works : Born : 1981. Education : 2007 : B.V.A (Drawing & Painting ) from Indian College of Art & Draftsmanship in Kolkata with 1st Class. Group Shows : Saikat has exhibited his paintings in group shows across Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai and Mumbai. Awards & Recognition : 2007 - Best Water...
Category

2010s Contemporary Saikat Maity Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Idiam, Watercolor on on Acid Free Paper by Contemporary Indian Artist 'In Stock'
By Saikat Maity
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Saikat Maity - Idiam - 28 x 26 inches (Unframed Size) Watercolour on on Acid Free Paper Saikat uses the ‘wash’, ‘glaze’ and ‘wet in wet’ methods of application to produce a huge variety of striking works. The artist has selected the iconic landmark of Kolkata city, during the peak of the British Empire in India. This ethereal scene with the Heritage Building and motor cab is captivating and encapsulates the character of the heritage city with drama and poise. The watercolor artist has avoided excessive detailing and by highlighting just the key features of a Heritage Building & Old Kolkata Streets with crumbling structures, results in a fresh, inviting composition. Style : Saikat does his painting in stages, starting with large, vague color areas established on wet paper, then refines the image through a sequence of washes and glazes, making the works as durable as oils or acrylics. The pigments are held by arabic gum with additives like glycerine and solvents that give the medium durability. Watercolors appear more vivid than acrylics or oils because the pigments are laid down in a more pure form with fewer fillers obscuring the pigment colors. Multiple layers of watercolor thus achieve a very luminous effect. Water being an active and complex partner in the watercolor painting process, it changes the outlines and appearance of the paint as it dries. Saikat has mastered the difficult art of anticipating and leveraging the behavior of water, rather than attempting to control it. Saikat uses the ‘wash’, ‘glaze’ and ‘wet in wet’ methods of application to produce a huge variety of striking works, definitely worth collecting. In my watercolour paintings, the beauty lies in the freshness of colours, their transparency and purity along with a slightly unfinished look resulting in a more natural effect. My watercolours try infusing life in common place objects and making them look spectacularly real. About the Artist & his art works : Born : 1981. Education : 2007 : B.V.A (Drawing & Painting ) from Indian College of Art & Draftsmanship in Kolkata with 1st Class. Group Shows : Saikat has exhibited his paintings in group shows across Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai and Mumbai. Awards & Recognition : 2007 - Best Water...
Category

2010s Contemporary Saikat Maity Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Still Life, Watercolour on on Acid Free Paper by Contemporary Artist 'In Stock'
By Saikat Maity
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Saikat Maity - Still Life - 40 x 30 inches (Unframed Size) Watercolour on on Acid Free Paper Saikat uses the ‘wash’, ‘glaze’ and ‘wet in wet’ methods of application to produce a huge variety of striking works. The artist has selected the iconic landmark of Kolkata city, during the peak of the British Empire in India. This ethereal scene with the Heritage Building and motor cab is captivating and encapsulates the character of the heritage city with drama and poise. The watercolor artist has avoided excessive detailing and by highlighting just the key features of a Heritage Building & Old Kolkata Streets with crumbling structures, results in a fresh, inviting composition. Style : Saikat does his painting in stages, starting with large, vague color areas established on wet paper, then refines the image through a sequence of washes and glazes, making the works as durable as oils or acrylics. The pigments are held by arabic gum with additives like glycerine and solvents that give the medium durability. Watercolors appear more vivid than acrylics or oils because the pigments are laid down in a more pure form with fewer fillers obscuring the pigment colors. Multiple layers of watercolor thus achieve a very luminous effect. Water being an active and complex partner in the watercolor painting process, it changes the outlines and appearance of the paint as it dries. Saikat has mastered the difficult art of anticipating and leveraging the behavior of water, rather than attempting to control it. Saikat uses the ‘wash’, ‘glaze’ and ‘wet in wet’ methods of application to produce a huge variety of striking works, definitely worth collecting. In my watercolour paintings, the beauty lies in the freshness of colours, their transparency and purity along with a slightly unfinished look resulting in a more natural effect. My watercolours try infusing life in common place objects and making them look spectacularly real. About the Artist & his art works : Born : 1981. Education : 2007 : B.V.A (Drawing & Painting ) from Indian College of Art & Draftsmanship in Kolkata with 1st Class. Group Shows : Saikat has exhibited his paintings in group shows across Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai and Mumbai. Awards & Recognition : 2007 - Best Water...
Category

2010s Contemporary Saikat Maity Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Old Colonial Kolkata , Horse-Drawn Carriage, Watercolour, Sepia "In Stock"
By Saikat Maity
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Saikat Maity - Old Kolkata Painting Watercolour on paper Framed Size : 15 x 17 inches Painting size : 8 x 10 inches (unframed ) . Inclusive of shipm...
Category

2010s Contemporary Saikat Maity Art

Materials

Archival Ink, Paper, Watercolor

Old Kolkata Painting, Heritage Building, Watercolour by Indian artist "In Stock"
By Saikat Maity
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Saikat Maity - Old Kolkata Painting Watercolour on paper Framed Size : 15 x 17 inches Painting size : 8 x 10 inches (unframed ) Inclusive of shipm...
Category

2010s Contemporary Saikat Maity Art

Materials

Archival Ink, Paper, Watercolor

Old Kolkata Painting, Heritage City, Watercolour by Indian Artist "In Stock"
By Saikat Maity
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Saikat Maity - Old Kolkata Painting Watercolour on paper Size - 14 x 16 inches with mount (unframed size) & original size 8 x 10 inches. Inclusive o...
Category

2010s Contemporary Saikat Maity Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Old Kolkata Painting, British Car, Watercolour, Brown by Indian artist"In Stock"
By Saikat Maity
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Saikat Maity - Old Kolkata Painting Watercolour on paper Size - 14 x 16 inches with mount (unframed size) & original size 8 x 10 inches. Inclusive of shipment in ready to hang form. The artist has selected the iconic landmark of Kolkata city, during the peak of the British Empire in India. This ethereal scene with the British Car...
Category

2010s Contemporary Saikat Maity Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Set of 5 CityScapes, Watercolours, Sepia Color, Colonial Bengal, India'In Stock'
By Saikat Maity
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Saikat Maity - Old Kolkata Painting Watercolour on paper , Size : 8 x 10 inches ( without mount & frame ) ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Saikat Maity Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Old Kolkata, Gramophone, Watercolour, Sepia Brown, Colonial India "In Stock"
By Saikat Maity
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Saikat Maity - Old Kolkata Painting Watercolour on paper Framed Size : 15 x 17 inches Painting size : 8 x 10 inches (unframed ) Inclusive Shipment...
Category

2010s Contemporary Saikat Maity Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor, Archival Ink

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