Samat Bela Painting Collection | Oil Painting By Samat Bela
How many wonderful paintings have been drawn by Sama Bela, a painter working as a teacher in a small village in Kalyanpur taluka in Dwarka district. The income from these paintings is used for the education of students and poor children. His paintings are well known all over the country and abroad.

Samatbhai Bella, a farmer teacher from Jam Kalyanpur in Devbhumi Dwarka district, has made a name for himself in the world of painting in a very short time.

Samat Bella making a name for himself in the art world::
Samatbhai did not inherit the art of painting and had no contact with any of the great painters in the area where he was born. Even so, his desire to learn painting led him to become an accomplished artist. Spontaneous paintings have crossed the borders of the country today.

Samatbhai draws his picture on canvas through oil. Pictures that are liked at first glance seem to be just now spoken, also called a living picture style. He is currently working on two picture series. In which one is "Rangdhara of Saurashtra" and the other is "Krishnamay". Both of their series are very popular.

Rangdhara of Saurashtra is a series based on the rural life of Saurashtra region of Gujarat. Made the rural folk life of Gujarat a center of attraction all over the world through a painting. The pictures of old people, children, women and animals seen in his paintings are full of price.

Samatbhai travels to many inland villages of Saurashtra to create the Rangdhara series of Saurashtra. He has done a noble job of painting a picture of the people living in many diverse areas like Gir forests, Barda Dungar, dry areas of Okha. Samatbhai considers it his art duty to bring the unique folk life of Gujarat to the forefront of the world when it is struggling against the geographical conditions.
The famous painting style is mainly found in India as follows.

In the Krishnamaya arrangement, Samatbhai has made pictures uncovering the costs of how individuals live in Krishnamaya. Samatbhai's artworks unmistakably show that he is a profound Krishna darling. His dedication to Krishna is clear in his works of art. What's more, each image isn't just wonderful yet in addition expressive.

Today Krishnamaya's artistic creations have gotten extremely mainstream among Indians living abroad.

Indeed, even today Samatbhai carries on with a typical life as an educator in the town.

In any case, intrigued by his craft, individuals from home and abroad come to meet him. Outsiders from nations like Switzerland, Norway, America have stayed with them in a little town.

Up until now, a sum of 30 artistic creations have been shown broadly and globally.

His artworks have been displayed in many urban areas of India. These incorporate Indian urban areas like Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Surat, Indore (Madhya Pradesh), Calcutta, Vadodara, Jodhpur (Rajasthan), Rajkot, Jamnagar. Just as global urban communities, for example, Singapore and New York. Samatbhai's assortment of works of art is likewise accessible in urban communities like America and London.

Display of works of art to support understudies

A two-day painting presentation on 'Overlooked Folk Life' by painters including Samat Bella of Kalyanpur was held at Sorath International School, Vanthali Road, Junagadh.

Even today Samatbhai lives a normal life as a teacher in the village.

(1) Rajasthan painting style
  •  Meet style
  •  Bundi style
  •  Quota style
  •  Dhundhar style
  •  Marwar style
  •  Bikaner style
  •  Kishangarh style
(2) Mountain style
  •  Bashauli style - Kathua style (Famous in Jammu and Kashmir. Mainly found in pictures of Lord Krishna.)
  •  Style with natural pictures
  •  Guler style
  •  Kangra style
  •  Kullumandi style
(2) Madhub's style
This style is famous painting style of Bihar. Mainly found in Darbhanga extensions of Bihar.Some areas of this style are also found in Nepal.


Special: Religious, gods and goddesses, sun, moon, tulsi, tree, plant pictures are found.
The eyes are big, and nowhere in the picture is there empty space.
Upper class - colorful painting, more than 3 colors
Lower class - red and black - 2 colors

(2) Bengal style / Thakur style
Calcutta School of Arts - E.v. Placed by Habel
The chief painter of this art - Avanindhranath Thakur - Guru
Nandlal Bose Disciple
Ashit Kumar Haldar 4 disciples