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Call of the Hills
Call of the Hills - Exhibition of Paintings and Sketches by Chitra Vaidya Call of the Hills - Exhibition of Paintings and Sketches by Chitra Vaidya
Exhibition of Paintings and Sketches by Chitra Vaidya
at Hirji Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
13th to 19th March 2012
Hills bring back to us the crisp air, charm and nostalgia of the laid back life, period architecture, heritage hotels, clubs, prestigious schools, charming bungalows, winding roads, old churches, walking trails and busy bazars... each season has its own colours. The charm and romance of these hill stations lingers on and attracts people from all over to experience their mystique. “Call of the Hills” was conceptualised by Milind V. Sathe, who runs Indiaart.com apart from being a trustee of Art India Foundation. He teamed up with Mumbai based artist Chitra Vaidya to work on this project. Chitra revisits and relives the mystique of these hills through her paintings and takes you back to this old world charm which you would never want to fade away.
M. F. Husain
Exhibition of Limited Edition Serigraphs & Reproductions
Exhibition of Limited Edition Serigraphs and Reproductions by M. F. Husain The brilliance of life and the raging emotions of Husain's Serigraph are original vigour and vitality of a soul touching visual fiesta, is a tall order indeed.
Vibrant colours... the essence of every sure bold line of Husain's confident. Over-printing oftransclusion colours allows the print to gain the depths of the subject... the ability of the medium to print in all its splendour the richness of the festive Indian colours... a high deposition of inks that breathes life into the print... the warm human touch that permeates the print due to the highly tactile process of serigraph...
Madhav Satwalekar
Exhibition of Paintings by Madhav Satwalekar
Exhibition of Paintings by Madhav Satwalekar Madhav Satwalekar was born in 1915. Completed Diploma Studies at Sir J. J. School of Arts winning the Mayo medal in 1935. Completed post graduate studies in 1937. Further studied in Europe 1937-40 at Florence Academy, Florence (Italy), The Slade School, London (UK), Academie Grand Chamiers, Paris (France).
Held his first one man show in Mumbai in 1945. Founded Indian Art Institute in 1954. Was Chairman of Bombay Art Society 1962-68. Was President of Federation of Art Institutions 1960-69 and was Director of Art, Maharashtra State 1969-75.
Madhav Satwalekar's paintings are in the collections of several corporates as well as individual collectors in India and abroad. Just as it is difficult to explain how to write poetry, so it is with painting.
Art for Environment
Exhibition of Paintings to commemorate World Environment Day ( WED 2010 )
Art for Environment  - Exhibition of Paintings to commemorate World Environment Day Indiaart and Art India Foundation have organised Artfest 10 which aims at making an active statement for the environment and raise the consciousness of the society through an art initiative.
Artfest 10 opened with a Cycle Ride on Sunday 30th May 2010. The ride commenced at 7.30 a.m. from Cafe Goodluck near Deccan Gymkhana and ended at Empress Garden with breakfast being served to all the cyclists.
John Fernandes
Exhibition of Paintings by John Fernandes
Exhibition of Paintings by John Fernandes John's paintings encapsulate with great skill, the sensual female form, rendered with a rare delicacy and sensitivity. His figurative paintings leave one enthralled by the provocative and yet sensually innocent look of his women. Besides figurative studies he also paints landscapes and still life with equal compositional and tonal skill. John's confidence is such, that he does not use line to define form. He paints masses and forms emerge very interestingly.
Mumbai by Anwar Husain
Exhibition of Paintings by Anwar Husain
Mumabi - Exhibition of Paintings by Anwar Husain A sensitive mind, Anwar has always painted his inner expressions and clearly belongs to that rare genre of artists who paint what truly is their calling. In the last ten years or so that he has been painting, he has created a distinct base of collectors and art connoisseurs who have been following his progress and new works. Anwar has worked on several themes till date which include a series on Indian Classical Musicians, a series on Old havelis (Mansions that were once an abode of the royals and wealthy), a series on life and times in a city, paintings of Schoolchildren and their Childhood....
The Art of Santiniketan
Exhibition of Paintings & Sculptures by Legends & Contempory Artists
The Art of Santiniketan - Exhibition of Paintings & Sculptures by Legends & Contempory Artists Rabindranath, Gurudev of Santiniketan Ashrama founded Kala-Bhavana around 1919. The university of Visva-Bharati was established a couple of years after this. Rabindranath gave the study of art the highest priority at this International University. The Poet's Art school differed from the prevalent art schools of India since its inception. The art classes were held in the open air not bound by time defined periods. The relationship between teacher and student was deep and sincere - they were like two members of the same family. Rabindranath gave the charge of this Art-school to Nandalal Bose from Kolkata, one of the best students of Abanindranath Tagore, which is why Kala-Bhavana developed with an added dimension.
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