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Four Artistic Instagram Handles We Really Like Right Now

Four Artistic Instagram Handles We Really Like Right Now
Follow these accounts on Instagram for quality artwork, Photo Credit: Instagram/ truptikarjinni

Insightful sketches and paintings you cannot miss!

Nayanika Mukherjee
December 09 , 2019
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A post shared by Upamanyu Bhattacharyya (@upamanyubhattacharyya) on Aug 14, 2019 at 9:11pm PDT

Upamanyu Bhattacharya

Upamanyu Bhattacharya (@upamanyubhattacharya) is as talented as they come. With his instantly-recognisable character sketches, the young artist has carved a niche for himself when it comes to delightfully nostalgic illustrations and rendering pop culture icons. Some favourites? Nazar removal daadi,  Katie Bouman’s imaging of the black hole in 2019, Ganesha slyly grabbing a fistful of modak, and a child staring with wonder in Kumartuli. Contrasting interests, moods, drawing styles and clients are sprawled across his vibrant grid, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

 
 
 
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A post shared by Trupti Karjinni (@truptikarjinni) on Aug 5, 2019 at 5:28am PDT

Trupti Karjinni

We’re still undecided about which of Trupti Karjinni (@truptikarjinni)’s endearing watercolours to bring home. From Lidderwat in J&K to this barn in Wyoming, the Belgaum resident’s #31daysofminipaintings particularly stands out, but we also love her pastel pines and cotton-candy skies. The overwhelming optimism in every post is a sweet touch.

 
 
 
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A post shared by Bijay Biswaal (@biswaal) on Sep 5, 2019 at 8:49pm PDT

Bijay Biswaal

Remember those five-rupee pens you’d lose every few weeks? You might gain some newfound respect for them, courtesy Bijay Biswaal (@biswaal). The Odia artist excels at creating mind-numbingly intricate portraits of dancers and mythological figures using simple stationery, but is equally adept at watercolours, acrylics, and oil pastels. A former railwayman, his followers frequently see painted terminals thrown into the mix—Nagpur, Hyderabad, Hayderpasa...

 
 
 
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A post shared by Baljinder Kaur (@blahjinder) on Apr 8, 2019 at 11:50am PDT

Baljinder Kaur

Baljinder Kaur (@blahjinder) is a children’s illustrator and student at the Cambridge School of Art—and, if you ask us, Quentin Blake’s heir apparent.Her feed is a lovely mix of daily sketchbook entries, paired with wholesome drawings of the Sikh and Punjabi diaspora in England. Her depictions of the elderly particularly caught our eye, for their whimsy, and earnest captions.


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