Lady with the lamp by Nalini Bhat

Lady with the lamp

Study.
4 ft by 8 ft, year 1998
If you dim all the lights the lamp in her hand throws light on her face.
Tags
56 comments
Hi Adhishray, first of all I want thank you for the kind words and that you like my "roses for you". I went through all your paintings in this site, you are so creative. I like all your portraits and especially this one ,it is my favorite. I like you landscapes as well . Compliments 5*****
over 6 years ago
WoW!! Adi..I have been looking through your portfolio and I have missed so many....I will have to come each day and vote for one...as I really have to go to work!! This is truly stunning...the light is fantastic xx
over 6 years
beautiful
over 5 years
I was going through your paintings and this painting caught my eyes. All your paintings are superb and sometimes its difficult on which to comment. I liked all paintings themed on women. (form which I remembered Pl watch video of my daughter Shivani's dance on my Facebook page.)5* for this lovely painting.
over 5 years
Add your comment    description  formatting  help
previous    next   top
Artist Statement
for Nalini Bhat
Nalini BhatEverything is art to an artist
Like the dancer's feet dance continuously,like the writer's pen writes,like the river flows,my hands paint.
Painting is an absolute passion for me. I also write short stories,childrens' stories and run a nonprofit Indian classical dance (Bharatanatyam) school. Adhishray is my nickname for PIL. I paint under my name Nalini. I have been painting since my college days. My first solo art show was inaugurated by the former prime minister of India,Mr.Vajpayee. Many of my works have won awards. My husband,son and family are very supportive of my work.
Pil has been a wonderful site and I have got tremendous support and encouragement from all the great artists here. Thank you every single artist on this...
Gold Member
It wasn't until I started sketching that I realised I had impressions of ruled lines on the paper from the previous drawing. Then I also dripped some water on...
Hi Karina - its difficult, often you feel like giving up in a picture in any case. Art always flirts with disaster but you continue and often you are pleased... view answer
abstract acrylic animals autumn beach birds blackandwhite blues boats buildings cats charcoal cityscape clouds dogs drawings dreams fantasy figurative fish flowers forsale glaze greens horses impasto inks landscape layers moon mountains oil oranges pastel pens plein‑air portrait reds rivers roses seascape snow still‑life sunsets surrealism texture trees watercolor wildlife
Loading