Sri Ramar Pattabhishekam ( Original Tanjore painting Digital image) This original painting is 102 years old. Rama along with Sita and Laxman returned to Ayodhya in the Pushpak Viman of Ravana. The whole of Ayodhya welcomed Rama by lighting lamps all over. Diwali is celebrated, according to one legend, on the day Rama was crowned after his return to Ayodhya with Sita. Diwali is the most important festival of Vaishnavites. The coronation of Rama is referred as Sri Rama Pattabhishekam. Rama's unquestioning obedience to his father's wishes, his moral uprightness in war, his deference to the wishes of his people, his generosity in the face of personal loss and his marital fidelity has made him Vishnu's most august and venerable incarnation.
Sri Ramar Pattabhishekam was created by artist RAGUNATH VENKATRAMAN in 1890. This art piece , which is part of the V.RAGUNATH portfolio, is a Glass artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Symbolism. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Historical. The artwork was created in Glass. The size of the original art is 24 (inches) H x 18 (inches) W.
Words which artist RAGUNATH VENKATRAMAN feels best describe this work of art are: Sri Ramar Pattabhishekam.
A highly accomplished and versatile creative artist and painter with over five decades of proven, rich experience Ragunath specializes in various facets of oriental art, viz. creative visual interpretations from rare epics from India; and life - like depiction of real Indian nature sceneries, mythological episodes, ancient and modern cultural/historical imagery and the varied and multi-cultural life styles of the Region.His expertise spans from exquisite reproduction of architecture, to rare paintings of Indian life in its true to life perspectives.
Born in 1941 in a traditional South Indian family ambience in Pinjai, in Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu, he opted for specialist art education and training, after completing his formal academic studies. He underwent rigorous training in the Government of school of Arts, in Kumbakonam and was successfully awarded advanced Diploma. Thanjavur, was and still is the cultural capital of Tamil Nadu, where artistic traditions enjoyed royal patronage. Having grown up in a rich cultural milieu of the times, he has deeply imbibed the intricate nuances of traditional art forms.
He has been associated with the art scene, especially in the South and has made rich contributions to leading calendar printing companies, including Prasad Process Ltd., Aaral Graphics, Vadapalani Printers, Sivakasi Art Printers etc., to mention only just a few of the leading Publishing houses. He has also contributed some of the highly rated visual images for these Organisations and others.
Endowed with high realistic and creative visualization skills he is capable of wonderfully blending the hues and colours to make his oil paintings a visual treat. His art interpretations are well known for rare and fine balance of his pieces of art. His work consists of figurative compositions that explore the several hues of human relationships and emotions.
Ragunath’s work has been on display at a few major galleries in Chennai, including Lakshmi Ethiraj Art Gallery, United Brothers Art Gallery and the like. His Exhibitions have been very favourably reviewed by the erudite Art critics and reviewers in Chennai. His works are reflection of not only the times, but also the mind and heart of the people in the world. His paintings exhibits realistic impressions of beauty, harmony, fine balance, rich colours which are constantly imprinted on his inner vision and emerge as colour forms on canvas.
His present series of paintings feature Gods and Goddesses; the exemplary colourful vignettes and lifestyles of Rajasthan, the ancient royal state of India.
He lives and works in Chennai, Tamil Nadu and can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org