Sketches of Jamini Roy

by  Pranab Ranjan Ray

Published in Lalit Kala Contemporary, Issue 31, 1981, pp. 23-28.

An unique collection of twenty small drawings and five temperas by Jami Roy was brought out by the late painter’s son Amiya Roy and was exhibited by Victor Banerjee, at the latter’s newly opened Calcutta Art Gallery, as the establishment’s

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Reflections on the Art of Ram Kinkar

by  Pranab Ranjan Ray

It was 1941 and the place was Santiniketan-the bastion of the little understood but much maligned and evidently the so-called Bengal Revivalist School-a curious art object in glossy green cement came into existence to remain in full-view of everyone for times to come. Nobody in India had ever seen

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