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One Summer Afternoon. Animesh Biswas Abundant Art Gallery
   
While the search for an authentic «Indian expression» led some artists to create the Bengal school some artists like Jamini Roy took their inspiration from rural india and its folk art - such as the Kalighat scroll paintings. These artists renounced all western colours and used indigenous art colours. Their art work were simple and bold and marked by a fresh vision of India and Bengal in particular


Animesh's art is clearly influenced by Indian folk forms-most notably Kalighat scroll paintings. Animesh Biswas’s canvas is one of modest colour, soft line, simple composition and decorative texture with striking human characters.
In acrylic medium he restricts his palette to a very few colours, but the effects he has achieved are surprisingly varied. He particularly uses contrasting colours like red and blue or orange and violet—which strengthen the effect when placed together. His using of sandy texture gives his paintings a granular appearance. The viewer notices different forms of texture. The artistic use of drip treatment in background and the satin like effect on attire of the characters are fascinating as well. The viewer also cannot fail to notice the arresting treatment of red in his paintings. Different hued reds are strikingly different and can hold on their own. The artist’s inspiration are eclectic and range from the iconoclastic paintings of Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) to Modern Indian art pioneer Nandalal Basu (1882-1966), Jamini Roy (1887-1972), Ramananda Bandopadhyay (1936-) to Van Gogh (1853-1890)

Animesh has made a name for himself in a short span of time. His paintingshave found buyers in India and abroad. His work has been displayed in galleries, collections and art museums in India, usa, Switzerland, Singapore, and Dubai
One Summer Afternoon
Art by Independent Artists,  Paintings,  Acrylic
Author: Animesh Biswas
76.2 x  81.2 cm  /   30 x  32 in
Weight 2 kg   /  4.41 lbs
Themes: Characters  /   Origin: Arts of India  /   Genre: Orientalism  /   Characteristic: Framed  /   Authenticity / Provenance: Original  /   Artists types: Gallery artists  /   Mounting: On Canvas  /   Period: Contemporary  /  
 
Posted: january 14, 2019 / Modified: january 14, 2019
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Abundant Art Gallery
Abundant Art Gallery , January 15
Merci beaucoup! Joper and fk
Joper
Premium members Joper , January 15
Somptueux ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Fk
Premium members Fk , January 15
Une belle galerie avec du bon travail, bravo! !
 
One Summer Afternoon
1,721 €  1,222 £  1,962 $ 
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Abundant Art Gallery
Abundant Art Gallery
Modern & Contemporary Art dealer 
London, United Kingdom
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