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Ajay De(1967)

De Ajay was bought up and educated at the Government College of Arts and Crafts in Kalkota and is now based in Mumbai. He specializes in charcoal work and has exhibited his work very successfully in Pune, Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi, Bangalore, Dubai, Tokyo, London and New York.

De’s paintings are shaped by the childhood memories and reflect the complexities and troubles of modern society. He also believes that there is more truth in black and white than in color and with his limited palette creates masterpieces of sensitivity and emotion.

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Ashish Gupta(1955)

Born in Kolkata.Academic and professional qualification: H.S. under W.B.C.H.S.E. 1971 Kolkata. Diploma in Fine Arts from Indian Art College. Diploma in Civil Draughtsman ship from I.T.I Kolkata.

Group shows Birla Academy of Art and culture 1981. All India Annual Exhibitions – Organized by Birla Academy of Art and Culture 1986 and 1987. Group shows at Bajaj Art Gallery, Mumbai- 1988, Group Shows at Jahangir Art Gallery, Mumbai- 1989.Solo shows at Academy of Fine Arts 1979,1980.

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Aelay Laxman(1964)

Aelay Laxman was born in Kadireni Gudem, Andhra Pradesh. He was participated in a number of group shows as well as had a few solo shows. He was also participated in various art camps and won a number of awards for his work. He has been the winner of the Hyderabad Art Society’s Award of the year 1995.

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Chandrashekhar Acharya(1948)

Graduated in Art from Indian College of Art,1975.Solo shows at Academy of fine arts and at Taj Art Gallery,Mumbai.Participated in many exhibitions at Mumbai,Delhi.

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Chowdhury Jogen(1939)
Born in Bengal and studied at the Government collage of Art and Crafts, Kolkata. He won a scholarship from the French Government to study at the Ecole Nationale Superior de Beaux Arts, Paris. His work have been exhibited in several shows including the I, II, IV Triennales at New Delhi (1972, 1975, 1978), Sao Paolo Biennale of 1979,the exhibitions at the Fukuoka Museum, Japan in 1980. The Royal Academy London(1982), the Hirschorn Museum, Washington Academy, London (1982), the II Havana Biennale (1986) and ‘Festival Of India’, in Geneva (1989) and with Saffron art and the Pundole Art Gallery, New York (2002). His works are in the collection of the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and the Glenbarra Museum, Japan.

Born in 1939, studied at GCAC, Kolkata. Former principle of Kala Bhavan, Santiniketan. Jogen received the Kalidas Somman Award in 2001. He lives and works in santiniketan.

Retired Principle, Kala Bhavan, Viswa Bharati, Santiniketan; Art Organizational Works include founding of gallery 26 Artist’ Forum, Ex-Member of ‘Calcutta Painters’, Founder Member & Trustee, Kolkata International Foundation of arts, Literature & Culture. Awards: Has Several Prizes and Awards to his credit.

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Datta Bansode M (1969)

He Graduate Diploma of Art (painting) from Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, Pune (1991) and later a Diploma Sir JJ School of Arts, Mumbai (1992).His solo shows Mumbai (1997). Group Shows online action, Singapore (2002), Delhi (1996), Harmony shows in Singapore, Jakarta, London and USA.

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Jamini Roy(1887-1972)
Born in Bankura Dist. West Bengal. Diploma in Fine Arts from GSAC, Kolkata.

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Paritosh Sen(1918)
Diploma in Fine Arts, GCAM. He received the title of Lalit Kala Ratna from Lalit Kala Academy. He lives and works from Kolkata.
Sen was born in Bangladesh. He studied at the Government College of Art and Craft, Chennai, in 1942. He was in Paris between 1950 and 1953 and studied at the Academic Andre Lhote, the Academic the La Grande Chaumiere, the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts, and the Ecole du Louvre. He founded an artist’s group called the Calcutta Group. His works have been exhibited at the Commonwealth Festival. London 1965, 1986, the Sao Paolo Biennale, in 1965, the Havana Biennale in 1986, Saffron art, Hong Kong, 2001. Sen. lives and works in Kolkata.

Sen Paritosh was born in Dacca. He passed with honors in fine arts from the Government School of Art and Craft, Madras. He lived and worked in Paris from 1949 to 1954. He was granted French fellowship in the year 1961-62 and again in 1970-71. He was granted the “Jone De Rockefeller III” fund in 1971-72. He was invited as the visiting professor at the Maryland Institution of Art in 1981-82; by the Indo-US Science and Education committee to lecture on contemporary Indian Art in Many well known Art Institutions in the USA in 1981-82 and also by National Institute of Design in 1984 and 1990 as Artist-in-Residence. He was awarded Lalit Kala Academy fellowship in 1984, an honorary Doctorate by Burdwon University in 1991 and by Rabindra Bharati University in 2000. He was Medal and inscription by “L’officier de L’orde des arts at letters” in 2001.

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Prokash Karmakar(1933)

Govt. College of Arts & Crafts, Calcutta. Solo Exhibition: Several in Kolkata, New Delhi & Paris. Group Shows and workshop in India and Abroad: Several in kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Dacca, Sao Paulo, Havana, etc. Awards: Lalit Kala Academy (1968); Fellowship for study of Museums of Art, France (1969 & 1970); Rabindra Bharati university Award, Kolkata (1976); All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society (1996); Government of West Bengal etc. Important Collection: NGMA, Lalit Kala Academy & Art Heritage in New Delhi; Academy of Fine Arts & Birla Academy of Arts & culture, Kolkata; and many other Government and private collections in India and Abroad.

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Ramesh Kher
He completed his National Diploma in fine Arts from Indore School of Art, Indore (1973). Many Award Like the state Award. All India Kalidas Art exhibition, Bhopal (1997), Tulika exhibition and Mera Indore, Indore (1990).

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Sunil Das(1939)
Diploma in painting from GCAC, Kolkata. Founder member of SCA. Received the National Award 1978, Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi. He lives and works from Kolkata.

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Suhas Roy (1936)
Indian College of Art & Draftsmanship, Kolkata on French Govt. Scholarship Atelier 17, France; Higher studies in Graphic Art under S.W. Hayher, Atelier 17, Paris and Murals at L’Ecole superior Das Beaux Art. Paris. Solo Exhibition: Several Art Galleries in Kolkata. Important participation : National Exhibition of AFA, W.B. State Academy; several group shows in Tokyo, Yugoslavia, Romania, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Belgrade, Budapest, Prague & Bucharest; Participated in auctions organized by Christies London (1997- 1998); Jahangir Art gallery for ‘Help age’ (1993); Sothebys, (1992) and numerous Art camps. Other experiences: Reader, Painting (1982-93); Principle, Indian College of Art & Draftsmanship, Kolkata (1971-73); lecturer, Kala Bhavan, Visva Bharati University (1974- 81); visiting lecturer in various institutes in Europe; Member of society of contemporary Artist, Kolkata (1960-2001). Awards: Indian college of Arts & Draftsmanship (1957-58); AIFACS, New Delhi (1969); W.B state Academy (1970); Certificate of Marit, Birla Academy of Art & Culture, Kolkata (1973-74); All Indian Graphic Exhibition, Group 8 (1968). Important Collections: Various in India and Abroad.

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Syed Haider Raza (B. 1922)
Born in 1922 in Babaria, Madhya Pradesh, Raza moved to Mumbai where he graduated from Sir J.J. School of Art in 1943 and went on to be one of the founding members of the progressive Artist’s Group in 1947. After receiving a French Government Scholarship in 1950 he left for Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts, Paris. Raza was awarded the prix de la Critique in Paris, in 1956. In 1962 he was visiting lecturer at the University of California in Berkeley, USA. The Madhya Pradesh state Government invited Raza for the major exhibition of his works in 1978 and also awarded him with the Kalidas Samman in 1996-97. The Government of India awarded him with the Padma shri in 1981, one of the highest civilian honors.

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Vaikuntham Thota(1942)
Vaikuntham Thota was born in Andhra Pradesh and studied at the Collage of Fine Arts and Architecture Hyderabad. In 1971, he won Lalit Kala Academy Fellowship to study at the M.S. University, Baroda. He has had several solo shows in New Delhi, Mumbai and in several cities in the south India. His works have also been exhibited in New York, London and Birmingham, U.K., at the Vll Triennale, New Delhi, Kassel, Germany and with Saffron art in Los Angeles and Hong Kong (2001). He won the Bharat Bhavan Biennale Award, Bhopal, in 1988 as well as the National Award for Painting from the Government of India, in 1983.

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