by Sankho Chaudhuri
Published by the National Gallery of Modern Art, 1990, pp. 5-9
Many decades ago, a teenager from the small town of Bankura in West Bengal, strayed into Santiniketan and became a part of its landscapes.
In more ways than the one, the prodigal never returned home. His roots found all the foodread more
Ramkinkar Baij - His contribution to contemporary art
by Jaya Appasamy
Some artists are born to proclaim freedom, Ramkinkar was such a one. He cannot be classified and refuses to be labelled because of his many sided genius, Ramkinkar was born at a time when artists belonged to schools, but he being with a school and yet outside it can be called an individualist par excellence.read more