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  • Somnath Hore
    Born :1921, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
    Died :October, 2006.
    Education :
    1957 - Diploma in Fine Arts, Govt. College of Art and Craft, Kolkata, India.
    Group Shows :
    1993 : Wounds, CIMA, Calcutta 1991 : National Exposition of Contemporary Art, NGMA, New Delhi 1986 : First Visions, BAAC 1968 : 1st Triennale of World Art, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi 1968 : Warsaw Biennale of Graphic Arts, Poland 1963 : Sao Paulo Biennale Brazil 1962 : Print Biennale, Tokyo, Japan 1962 : Biennale, Venice, Italy 1960 : Graphic Biennale, Lugano.
      From 1974, Hore began to produce his bronze sculptures. "Mother with Child", a large sculpture that paid homage to the people's struggle in Vietnam, was stolen from the Kala Bhavan soon after it was completed and still has yet to be found.
    Honors & Awards :
    2007 - Padma Bhushana by Government of India 1984 - Gagan-Aban Award 1977 - L.N. Gupta Memorial Award 1960, 1962-63 - National Award, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi.
    Style :Somnath Hore ( 1921 - 2006 ) was a Bengali sculptor and printmaker. His sketches, sculptures and prints were a reaction to major historical crises and events of 20th century Bengal, such as the Bengal Famine of 1943 and the Tebhaga movement. The anguished human form has widely been reflected in Hore's figuration. The visual appeal of his work is increased by rough surfaces, slits, holes and exposed channels.
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