Well Known Indian Woman Artists

Women artists are steadily making a name for themselves in the world of art and paintings. Here are some of the best ones.
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Arpita Singh is a contemporary painter known for depicting woman’s perspective through her work. She is a figurative artist whose canvas is dominated with vibrant pink and flamboyant blue color.

Arpita Singh is a contemporary painter known for depicting woman’s perspective through her work. She is a figurative artist whose canvas is dominated with vibrant pink and flamboyant blue color.

Reema Bansal started painting at the tender age of 3. Support from her family and teachers motivated her to pursue her interest further. Despite her disease (neuropathy) which results in weakening of hands and arms, she has continued her passion of painting.

Reema Bansal started painting at the tender age of 3. Support from her family and teachers motivated her to pursue her interest further. Despite her disease (neuropathy) which results in weakening of hands and arms, she has continued her passion of painting.

Jayasri Burman is a contemporary Indian artist whose works are mainly in water colors depicting the vast tradition of Hindu mythology and women centric issues.

Jayasri Burman is a contemporary Indian artist whose works are mainly in water colors depicting the vast tradition of Hindu mythology and women centric issues.

Nilima Sheikh’s paintings address women centric issues. Her popular work series “When champa grew up” consisted of 12 tempera paintings narrating the story of young girl and her hardships.

Nilima Sheikh’s paintings address women centric issues. Her popular work series “When champa grew up” consisted of 12 tempera paintings narrating the story of young girl and her hardships.

Nalini Malani is one of those artists whose paintings depicted social and political issues influenced from her experiences as a refugee during the partition.

Nalini Malani is one of those artists whose paintings depicted social and political issues influenced from her experiences as a refugee during the partition.

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