28 Records Found

01:21 India

Fastest Time To Paint 100 Landscape Paintings

Atmakuru Ramakrishna

Atmakuru Ramakrishna, an innovation artist, used his fingers and hands as tools to paint 100 landscapes in a record 13 hours, 26 minutes. The paintings use oil medium and were painted on 100 12" x 16" stretched canvases. The record was set at the Indian Institute of Science campus on May 20, 2010.

07:29 United States

Most People To Paint On The Same Canvas Without Using The Color Black

Saint Louis Art Fair Attendees

166 artists who attended the Saint Louis Art Fair painted on the same canvas without using black. The finished piece was bought by Ale Uchitelle. To see the list of artists who created this work, click here.

02:38 United States

Most People To Paint On A Single Canvas Without Using Blue

Saint Louis Art Fair Attendees

103 artists who attended the Saint Louis Art Fair painted on the same canvas without using blue. To see the list of artists who created this work, click here.

03:12 India

Most People Handprint Painting The Indian National Flag At Once

spkschools namakkal

1,175 students from SPK Schools in Namakkal, India handprint painted the Indian National Flag at once. Dr. S.Prabu Kumar, chairman of the school institution, organized the record.

01:43:47 Australia

Most People Painting Plein Air At Once In One Venue

CentralCoastWatercolourSociety

156 participants of "Painting by the Lake" event painted plein air at once in Long Jetty, Australia. The event was hosted by the Central Coast Watercolour Society Inc.

03:00 India

Largest Paintbrush

Sujit Das

Sujit Das built a paintbrush measuring 28 feet in length, 4.40 feet in breadth, and 22 kilograms in weight. He used the brush to paint portraits of Mahatma Gandhi, Sahid Bhagat Singh, and Bishna Prasad Rabha at Govt. Boys High School in Nagaon, India.

01:37 United States

Largest Painting Of A Monument Using Tongue

Nick Stoeberl

Nick Stoeberl painted a replica of the Eiffel Tower on a canvas using only his tongue. The painting measures 10 inches in width and 30 inches in height. He set the record to raise money for French Red Cross after terrorist attacks struck Paris, France. See all his paintings here.

04:53 United States

Largest Painting Of A Beaver Painted Using Tongue

Nick Stoeberl

Nick Stoeberl painted a beaver on a canvas using his tongue. The painting measures 24 inches in width and 36 inches in height.

05:13 United States

Longest Painting

Artist SinGh

Gurmej Singh created "The Transcendental," a 3444.91-meter (11,302 feet, 2.11 inches) long painting. He set the record to raise awareness about liberty, well-being, and the role of women in society. It took Singh 38 days to finish the whole masterpiece. The painting was displayed on the bank of the Grand Rapids River in Michigan, USA.

06:19 Wales

Most Consecutive Bounces Of A Tennis Ball On A Spray Paint Can

Mark Evans

Mark Evans bounced a tennis ball on the top of a spray paint can 1,108 times.

00:30 India

Fastest Abstract Painting

Parijoy Saha

Parijoy Saha painted an abstract work of art using his bare hands in 0.92 of a second.

02:01

Fastest Time To Paint A Rainbow (Junior)

Emily McManaman

Emily Mcmanaman, a 4-year old girl, painted a rainbow in one minute and 5.52 seconds.

05:01 India

Fastest Time To Create 51 Paintings With Bare Hands

Parijoy Saha

Parijoy Saha completed 51 paintings in 35 minutes using his bare hands. Read more about the feat here.

03:37 Canada

Longest Time Balancing A Painting Of Canada Geese On Thumb

Doug McManaman

Doug McManaman balanced a painting of Canada geese by Ted Evans on his thumb for one minute, 38.88 seconds.

03:01 United States

Fastest Time To Paint A Slice Of Pizza Using Tongue

Nick Stoeberl

Nick Stoeberl painted a slice of pizza using his tongue in one minute, 58.27 seconds.

41:53 India

Largest Painting Created By Mouth

Suvodeep Chatterjee

Suvodeep Chatterjee created the 896 square feet, 35 feet by 25.6 feet, “Save The World”, a multi colored painting in acrylic paint, using only his mouth. Learn more about the feat here.

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