Himalayan landscape oil painting by Navdeep Kular

The Dhauladhars

Himalayan landscape oil painting by Navdeep Kular

The Dhauladhars

The Dhauladhar is a Himalayan mountain range which can be viewed from the province of Himachal Pradesh is India. “Dhaula” literally means white in Hindi. That is the reason why this range of snow clad mountains has been named Dhauladhar.

With this painting of Dhauladhars, I have tried my hand at landscape painting after decades. To be precise, my previous landscapes have actually been seascapes. So, this is the first green landscape to be painted after a foray into flower paintings.

The Dhauladhars with snow clad mountain range and its reflection in the lake is an original oil painting. My style is changing from realism to impressionism and I am discovering new colours on my palette. I enjoyed painting the lighted side of mountains with little lemon yellow mixed in titanium white. I also enjoyed mixing bits of greys, blues and violet in white to depict the shadow side of snow clad peaks. The winding mountain path disappearing into the forest takes the gaze towards the forest.

Hope you enjoy this sneak peek into the majestic Himalayas!

Impressionist tulip fields oil painting by Navdeep Kular

Tulip Fields Landscape Oil Painting

Impressionist tulip fields oil painting by Navdeep Kular

Tulip Fields

Oil on Canvas

11H x 14W

Tulip fields have been painted in an impressionistic manner in this painting. The colourful tulip beds seem to merge into the horizon. The giant windmill and country cottages provide a backdrop to floral fields. I am grateful to dear aunt for sending me a reference photograph that served as an inspiration for this painting.

Happy viewing!