Glass Painting

Are you looking for Gifting? The best choice for gifting is glass Painting is a contemporary art which is a derived form of the old stained glass. In basic it’s a traditional art form using glass as a canvas for painting. It is an art form highly regarded with many varieties. Glass painting is also referred as stained glass or glass art.

Ganesha

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Hanuman

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Krishna

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Balaji

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Girija Kalyanam

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Rama

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Annapoorneshwari

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Lakshmi

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Saraswathi

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Murugan

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Andal

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Sai Baba

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Shiva

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Hamsa

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Vishnu

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Meenakshi

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Elephant

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Peacock

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Horse

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Balambika

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History of Glass Painting:

Historians cannot give a definite time when famous painting began. Traces of creating colored glass painting designs figures have been found in ancient cultures, such as Rome, Byzantium, China and throughout the middle Ages.

Many forms of art flourished in Persia during the Safavid Era; somewhere between the 16th and 18th centuries. One of the very prominent arts of the time was glass painting. The first prominent use of this art was when churches were built in the 10th century. Huge Glass Windows with painting were used in churches.

After World War II, there was a movement of expressionism for young artists. This movement called for more variety and exploration of artistic expressions using bottle glass painting. Glass art was no longer about huge glass windows depicting images. Interest in glass painting or glass art at the end of the 20th century was more about making it as a hobby. With the aid of new technology, different techniques emerged that is more focused on using easy glass paintings as home and office decorations. 

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