Sikh Art for Your Home
Paintings by Kanwar Singh
Renowned Sikh painter Kanwar Singh has been creating exceptional paintings exclusively devoted to the Sikh religion and history for over ten years. His work is continually exhibited world-wide in prominent heritage sites such as the Virasat-e-Khalsa museum at Anandpur Sahib.
Visit the artist’s online gallery to see his sought after paintings and select affordable fine art prints for your own home or to be presented as a unique gift.
New Painting Release
Baba Jujhar Singh Ji
At the Battle of Chumkaur, Baba Jujhur Singh watched his brother Baba Ajit Singh attain Shaheedi. He desired to fight in the battlefield as well, though doing so meant certain death.
Young Jujhar Singh asked his father, Guru Gobind Singh, “Dear father, permit me to go where my brother has gone. Don’t say that I am too young. I am your son. I am a Singh, a Lion, of yours. I shall prove worthy of you. I shall die fighting, with my face towards the enemy, with the Naam on my lips and the Guru in my heart.”
Click here to View Art.
Limited Edition Canvas
Autographed prints by Kanwar Singh
Artist Kanwar Singh offers his unique collection of Sikh paintings as part of a Limited Edition autographed series. A set number of Premium Canvas prints are hand-signed. A numbered certificate signed by the artist is also included as a commitment that you own a unique and collectible item.
Premium Canvas is a 100% cotton all natural Lyve Canvas by Breathing Colour. This spectacular product is designed to last for generations using archival inks and a state-of-the-art Giclee fine print process. You will be astonished at the vibrancy and accuracy of the colours.
Find out more about Limited Edition Premium Canvas.
Guru Gobind Singh Ji - Master & Disciple
The Amrit ceremony on the first Vaisakhi of 1699 marked Guru Gobind Rai’s transformation into Gobind Singh.
In a brilliant move of strategy and leadership, Guru Gobind Singh initiated the ceremony of Amrit and transformed the Sikhs into the fearless and united body of the Khalsa. The Khalsa became a brave and moral fighting force against the tyrannical mughal ruler that occupied the Punjab. The Khalsa lives in the image and light of Guru Gobind Singh, dedicated to upholding righteousness, freedom, and the dignity of all humans.
See full Painting.
Artist Kanwar Singh
Born in Amritsar.
Raised in Toronto.
Spreading Sikh Art Worldwide.
Artist Kanwar Singh creates paintings that uplift the hearts of the Sikh panth worldwide and remind us of the excellence of our shared heritage.
While Kanwar aims to mirror the realism of past masters from the Baroque tradition onwards, the key to his art is a gift of storytelling. He has an ability to create stories which we have always known but with a grandeur which goes beyond anything previously seen. The strength of his imagination is such that once he depicts a seminal moment in Sikh history, it becomes difficult to imagine it differently.
The artwork he creates is wholly original and charts his personal journey into Sikhism. These works have been universally recognized by sikh institutions worldwide as some of the finest Sikh Paintings of the current era, helping shape the image of Sikh history in our hearts and minds.