Has any painting that you recently came across made an impact on you?

Yes, paintings can create an impact on the way you look at life and the way you think.

Pablo Picasso

a Spanish painter is a renowned and innovative artist of the 20th century. His paintings mostly depicted human faces and body which is to be his wives and children. He used different colours for an image. The way the person in the image looks at you will keep you thinking. He has drawn around 20,000 paintings and sculptures.

Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth.

Leonardo Da Vinci

an Italian painter famous for his most popular MonaLisa. Many historians believe it has many secrets to be deciphered. Her smile and the shadow effect that he applied to the picture is a mystery. Her smile changes depending on where you look. Wherever you stand in a room and look at the great Monalisa you will find her looking straight at you.

Michelangelo

an Italian sculptor and painter the mastermind behind the dome of St.Peter's Basilica. He is called Divino which means the divine one.

I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.

This great artist has inspired many generations from old to young to paint and think out of the box. He sculpted two best-known works Pieta and David.

Rabindranath Tagore

a well-known artist and poet and to name a few the head study, dancing woman and many more.

Painters evolve from scribblers. A child learns to draw by scribbling on a simple white paper with crayons. Until the crayons break the child continues to draw and from there emerges a painter. When children are exposed to different art forms at an early age they have the time to understand where lies their interest and they can develop and hone their skills in that particular field.

Never box up your talents, show it to the outer world.

Try to grow with criticisms and you will learn better from your critics.

Don't get bogged down with negative comments. With every mistake, you do your paintbrush takes a different curve and that lays the foundation for fantastic art.

The more you draw the more you contemplate and the more you grow.

Value art and art forms and it will give you more to take back home.

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