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  • Ramkinkar Baij selected images for his sculptures and paintings from his rural surroundings. The poor and the downtrodden figured primarily as his subjects. Baij's watercolours mostly reflect his preoccupation with nature and the animal world. His work is characterized by tremendous energy, dynamism and the use of earthy colours. In the above painting, the artist has depicted a group of girls sitting and chatting with dabs and dashes of watercolour in tonal variation delineating the form.
  • Ramkinkar Baij’s artistic temperament was defined at Santiniketan an art institution known for providing an informed western modernistic environment to the students. Baij was immensely influenced by his austere surroundings, the ordinary people and nature that became the subject matter for painting and sculpture. In the above painting, the artist has depicted a group of bathers delineated with dabs and dashes of watercolour, outlined with black strokes. The treatment is intended to exemplify an energetic and lively artistic temperament.
  • Ramkinkar Baij selected images for his sculptors and paintings from his rural surroundings. The poor and the downtrodden figured primarily as his subjects. Baij's watercolours mostly reflects his preoccupation with nature and the animal world. His work is characterized by tremendous energy, dynamism and the use of earthy colours. In the above painting, the artist has depicted a group of women carrying rice grass on their head in the foreground with dabs and dashes of watercolour in tonal variation delineating the form.
  • Ramkinkar Baij’s artistic temperament was defined at Santiniketan, an art institution known for providing an informed western modernistic environment to the students. Baij was immensely influenced by his austere surroundings, the ordinary people and nature that became the subject matter for painting and sculpture. In this drawing, he has rendered a sketch of a baboon with the use of fluid, bold lines of pen and ink suggesting the basic form of the animal.
  • Ramkinkar Baij selected images for his sculptors and paintings from his rural surroundings. The poor and the downtrodden figured primarily as his subjects. His work is characterized by tremendous energy, dynamism and the use of earthy colours. In this sketch, the artist has depicted a pencil sketch of female figure an, rendered with fluid, fine lines of pencil delineating the form.
  • Ramkinkar Baij’s artistic temperament was defined at Santiniketan an art institution known for providing an informed western modernistic environment to the students. Baij was immensely influenced by his austere surroundings, the ordinary people and nature that became the subject matter for painting and sculpture. In the above painting, the artist has depicted a landscape delineated with bold, thick ink strokes articulating the curvy path surrounded with trees. The treatment is intended to exemplify an energetic and lively artistic temperament.
  • Ramkinkar deep felt love and oneness with nature could be seen in his vigorously painted and sculpted images of the animals, birds, flora and fauna in his surroundings. In this painting, he has depicted a landscape of Shillong, rendered with dabs and dashes of watercolour merging together in tonal variation and fluid strokes of ink delineating the forms.