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Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Pallavi Chattopadhyay | Published: November 1 2017 12:10 am Bireswar Sen Related News Much like the curious faces of school children visiting the hall of Jaipur House at the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) in Delhi we look into the palm-sized canvases created by the late artist Bireswar Sen using the magnifying glasses placed next to them A closer inspection reveals the depth of the watercolour paintings in the postcard-sized miniatures A figure as small as a rice grain stands tall in devotion before a “holy” rock placed next to an ancient tree in a deserted mountainous landscape in The Guardian of the Valley and Mirrored Shadow painted in 1974 brings out the quietude surrounding a sanyasi figure revelling in his fishing stint while seated on the lush green bed adjacent to a river The Blue Mountains features one of the artist’s favourite themes and passion — the majestic beauty of the Himalayas its peaks bathed in crystal blue colour The exhibition “Reflections: Man and Nature in the paintings of Bireswar Sen” features over 75 works from the collection of the NGMA apart from photographs and belongings of the artist borrowed from the Bireswar Sen Family Trust including his porcelain palette that still bears the marks of paints he once used to bring his canvases to life his wooden drawing board and personal portraits Sculptor Adwaita Gadanayak Director General of the NGMA who spearheaded the curatorial team of the show says “It was when we were moving the works of artists from our store house as part of our shifting plans that I came across Sen’s works These are such small paintings that they cannot be viewed clearly without a lens and I was fascinated with how an artist could paint on such tiny canvases with such depth and detail I immediately decided to show his works and got them framed After observing landscapes he would return to the studio and replicate them on his canvases based on recollections and notes His memory was so strong and it was surprising that we hadn’t presented him yet” Bireswar Sen’s work Man and nature appear to be Sen’s most painted subjects as he tried capturing the grandeur of nature changing terrains and the mighty Himalayas There is a pilgrim seated and meditating at the opening of a cave a Sherpa making his way through the thick bed of snow and two ant-sized human figures revelling in the beauty of a tall white waterfall behind them A saffron-clad sadhu prays in front of Mount Kailash in Sadhu on the Passes of Kailash and another work titled Nomads has a member of the nomadic tribe moving from one place to another walking through an abandoned landscape with his cattle Trained in the Bengal School style under the tutelage of painters such as Abanindranath Tagore and Nandalal Bose Sen’s works bear a stark resemblance to Russian painter Nicholas Roerich with whom he stayed in the Kullu Valley Roerich made India his home after moving to the country in 1931 and was often referred to as “the wizard of eastern landscapes” by noted art scholar OC Gangoly Bireswar Sen’s work that is a part of the exhibition Through the works on display the exhibition poses many interesting questions for the viewers — for instance why did the artist from Kolkata chose to paint grand landscapes in such small formats and why most of his protagonists appeared to be in search of a higher calling in these natural surroundings In a catalogue essay for Sen’s 2010 exhibition “Between Heaven and Earth” renowned art expert BN Goswamy rightly summed up: “One becomes aware early on of a seeking in Bireswar Sen’s mind and of the consciousness of a higher presence… Again and again he appears to return to the theme of searching to an endless quest” The exhibition is on at NGMA Delhi till November 14 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News a paleoanthropologist at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.and Babarpur areas. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: February 21, ?I realised just how much I?

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