Reenart Gallery

Reenart Gallery was born out of a vision to build a platform dedicated to modern art and the need for a professional platform to connect artists with art lovers. We are seen as a niche gallery, far from the normal established art dealing approach, by featuring in numerous places around the world throughout the year. We have a large collection of original paintings that are dynamic and high-powered.


Head Office:
178 High Street
Prahran, Melbourne
Victoria Australia 3181

Contact Info

Phone 1: +61-3-9333 7655
Phone 2: +61-433 202 067

More Artworks

Illusion Of Love

Artist: Rav Verma

Medium: Oil Painting

Dimensions: 160cm (H) x 100cm (W)

Falling in love with someone is an illusion but no one could escape from its trap. Love can be extreme painful when your beloved turn away you. The chemistry of love and pain has been emerged out with oil on canvas illustration painted by most experienced artist Rav Verma.  

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deception art


Artist: Sunny Azad

Medium: Oil Painting

Dimensions: 125cm (H) x 90cm (W)

There are two ways to be fooled-one is to believe what is not true, other is to refuse to accept what is true. The oil painting describes the same thing “deception” through two birds which one is having meal ignoring another who is not having because of his affection for him.  

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Swamp Deer

Artist: Mani Majithia

Medium: Acrylic Painting

Dimensions: 190cm (H) x 100cm (W)

Time is running out speedily as like the swamp deer appeared in this beautiful acrylic painting created by our highly skilled artist Majithia through his magic colors, the artist is trying to tell that we must let go to the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us.  

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Skull Eating Watch

Artist: Sandy Kumar

Medium: Oil Painting

Dimensions: 165cm (H) x 100cm (W)

It kills all its pupils, so enjoy the every movement while spreading love around you. Time doesn’t heal anything; it just teaches us how to live with the pain. The painting named skull eating watch is painted by Sandy Kumar educates us that time is a great teacher but unfortunately