Roadside Tea stall, Bankura

₹65,000
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9.3 7 inch
23.62 17.78 cm
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Atul Bose was a versatile Indian painter and graphic artist who was an ardent practicer of New Naturalism along with Jamini Roy and Hemen Majumdar as
opposed to the British Academic Art that prevailed at that time. He intensively worked with oils, watercolors and pastels and had a knack for elaborate detailing while capturing human anatomy. He would often use somber colors to infuse life into his subjects and surroundings. Bose also remained heavily influenced by his social and political Read More

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