A. Ramachandran (1935-2024): The End of an Era

by  Gayatri Sinha and Umara Zainab

First published on 26th February 2024

The passing of Achuthan Ramachandran, or Ramachandran Sir to generations of students and artists, marks the end of a chapter in the realization of an Indian aesthetic that gradually consolidated in the course of the 20th century. Despite being unable to

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Interview With A Ramachandran

by  Manisha Gera Baswani

A Ramachandran is a major figure in the contemporary Indian art scene.Known primarily for his massive mural-like oil paintings, Ramachandran’s rich body of work-spanning five decades-includes sculptures, water colours, ink and colour drawings, miniature paintings, children’s book illustrations, stamps,

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A. Ramachandran

by  Ella Datta

Published in India Perspectives, Vol. 24, No. 6/2010, pp. 39-42.

One of the foremost artists of India, A. Ramachandran has charted out a singular course for his artistic expression. Both as a painter and a sculptor, Ramachandran has established a new idiom in which man and nature share a symbiotic

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A. Ramachandran: A Retrospective

by  R Siva Kumar

This is A Ramachandrans first solo exhibition in Kerala. It presents a selection of his works done between 1964 and 2013. The scope of this exhibition is, therefore, that of a retrospective. It includes some very significant paintings, sculptures, prints, water colours and drawings,, but does not include

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