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My Spectacular Art Gallery - Indian Ink - Gallery 1
Welcome to My Art Gallery. There are TWO Galleries of this category and FOUR drawings in each Gallery. Now you are in Gallery ONE.

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Indian Ink on drawing Paper
Dated 12-08-1992.

Indian Ink on Drawing Paper.
Original Size 8" x 10".

One of my few works with Indian Ink. I love Black and White Color Combination.

Dated

With Indian Ink on Drawing Paper.
Original Size 12" x 8".

Radha Krishna.
Radha Krishna

Lake
Dated 05-1987

With Indian Ink on Drawing Paper.
Original Size 8" x 4".

Based on a Painting published in an Art Magazine.

Tried to do Line-art not with a Pen but with Brush and Indian Ink which is really hard.

Dated 21-08-1986

With Indian Ink on Drawing Paper.
Original Size 9" x 11".

Bathing Lady.

Based on a photograph.

Eyes are one of the important parts of any portrait. You can give life to a portrait by just giving life to Eyes.
Bathing Lady

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