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From the early Renaissance, Mannerism and the Baroque through 18th-, 19th- and 20th-century painting Figurative art has steadily broadened its parameters. An important landmark in the evolution of figurative art is the first known reclining nude in Western painting in Sleeping Venus (1510) by Giorgione.It introduced the female nude as subject and started a long line of famous paintings.
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This Exceptional Work by Dilip Chaudhury mesmerizes and brings about the romance of the Kolkata Monsoons. People huddled under their umberellas as they go about their daily chores.
His paintings depict the theme of the pot- which according to a Bengali proverb “contains the universe”- in compositions that lie on the border between abstraction & figuration.
Influenced by the pre-independence Company School of art, the traditional Kalighat Pat and the Ajanta cave paintings, Shaw’s works, mainly executed in gouache or tempera, like his own person, are simple and graceful, having a very still, well-composed and smooth exterior.
Tapas's Works are steeped in Mysticism & Mythology . Having Studied from the famed Benaras Hindu University, Ghoshal was greatly influenced by the different faces and landscapes he encountered in the Holy City.
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On returning to the canvas,his forms began to function as pure colour in space. His works began looking more glossier, more finished to his early themes in paintings. The strong ground colour remained, but this time the forms retained a crispness in line and colour thus the finished work looking more finished & more abstracted fields of colour.