Posts tagged with "grammar-book-of-painting"



Art · 04. September 2016
line-drawing_painter's_blog
It’s concerning the final aphorism of the grammar book of painting recognized as the “Barnikavhangam”. The author desired to indicate with this aphorism was;- Barnikavhangam is just a technique that assists in utilizing the previously said five aphorisms in a perfect way. Granting to the significance of the primary line drawing, the author stated that it’s the soul of the painting and it depends on the free volition of an artist, because it has own specific language that helps to...
Art · 05. July 2016
mona_lisa_painter-s_blog
This chapter of the grammar book I am about to represent is related to the luminosity of the painting. Before starting the discussion, it is necessary to perceive, what is luminosity? Keep it in mind that form spread everywhere in the universe, but luminance is not available consequently with form. It has a separate impact that resplendent by overlapping the form. The meaning of “Labannayojonam” is creating a luminosity and expanse its beauty. Affirming to that oldest author’s...
Art · 25. May 2016
hindu_scripture_painter's_blog
I am now going to hash out some of the important points related to the art from an ancient grammar book of painting, performed as the world's first grammar book. At first of my life, I read this book when I was the student of Art College, but that book was briefly and recomposed only for the syllabus of fine art and moreover, written in the Bengali language. After receiving my degree, I found that grammar book again in Bengali version translated from Sanskrit. It was all in the details. The...