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Exhibition : 20th August - 5th September 2020

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With 16 yrs behind us, a team of curators, artists and industry watchers, assist you to select the Best of Indian Modern & Contemporary Art that would add value to your lives and collection. 16 yrs in Art and growing , we have helped 100s of patrons to build fine collections that have remained relevant over the years.  

Our area of expertise is helping Individuals and companies build their Avant Garde art portfolios

The Bengal School of Art commonly referred as Bengal School, was an art movement and a style of Indian painting that originated in Bengal, primarily Kolkata and Shantiniketan, and flourished throughout the Indian subcontinent, during the British Raj in the early 20th century.

Painting of a King on a Red Canvas

This group provided a modernist alternative to the revivalist nationalism established by the Bengal school of art and to encourage an Indian avant-garde,
engaged at an international level. They emphasized a new conceptual freedom in the use of color, allowing it to express their individual emotions 

From the 1990s onward, Indian artists began to increase the number of forms they used in their work. After the economic liberalization of the country that occurred during that decade, Indian art began to introduce new concepts and to work both within and outside of previous academic traditions.

Current Exhibition

The earliest traces of Indian art can perhaps be traced to the Mohenjo Daro and Harappa. In more recent times the earliest form of art can be seen in the caves of the Bhimbetka. 

However, in the early 20th century was the start of the swadeshi movement of art  in that the Bengal School of Art led by Abanindranath Tagore (1871-1951). 

This movement shunned the European style of art and the artists who followed the western form of art , like Raja Ravi Verma .This movement produced some of the greatest master artists from Bengal , who remain relevant even in these contemporary times. Abanindranath Tagore , Gaganendranath Tagore , Nandalal Bose , Indra Dugar , Dipen Bose and later the likes of the master artist Jamini Roy etc. 

Modern Art is said to have started in the late 19th Century. It saw the emergence of master artists like KG Subramanyan, Jogen Chowdhury , Sunil Das , Suhas Roy, Prakash Karmakar, Bijan Choudhury and various others considered to be the Pillars of Bengal Modern Art movement.  

The Progressives : A group of artists from Mumbai was started by FN Souza and had member like MF Husain , KH Ara , Tyeb Mehta , Raza etc. 

The Contemporaries of today are well heeled artists; and in the times of the internet their artworks are more global and conceptual . 

In this exhibition , we have started a dialogue of all three movements and see how the works progress over time through the artworks of the artists in each era.  The works can be viewed in the catalogue and this virtual show runs till the 5th of Sept. 2020. 

Go ahead .. browse this Fine arts Section divided into various categories. For your ease and simplicity of browsing

“Art is a line around your thoughts.” – Gustav Klimt

“Don’t think about making art, just get it done. Let everyone else decide if it’s good or bad, whether they love it or hate it. While they are deciding, make even more art.” – Andy Warhol

Our Artists

Exceptional Artists with extraordinary talent 

Dipen Bose
Gopal Ghose
Indra Dugar
Jamini Roy
Akbar Padamsee
Amitabh Sengupta
Amitava Das
Anita Roy Chowdhury
Badri Narayan
Bijan Choudhury
Dhiraj Chowdhury
Dipak Banerjee
Ganesh Pyne
Jatin Das
JMS Mani
Jogen Chowdhury
K.G. Subhramanyan
K.S. Radhakrishnan
Kartick Chandra Pyne
Krishen Khanna
Lalu Prasad Shaw
Laxma K Goud
M.F. Hussain
Niranjan Pradhan
Prabhakar Kolte
Rabin Mondal
Sunil Das
Thota Vaikuntam
Wasim Kapoor
Arindam Chatterjee
Birendra Pani
Bose Krishnamachari
Bratin Khan
Chandra Bhattacharya
Chattrapati Dutta
Farhad Hussain
Jagannath Paul
Jayasri Burman
Kamal Mitra
Laxman Aeley
Madhu Basu
Paresh Maity
Prasanta Sahu
Ramesh Gorjala
Sanatan Dinda
Subrata Gangopadhyay
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