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  • The collection of NGMA has close to 390 artworks of Mukul Dey which include drawings, sketches and prints acquired by the museum from the artist's family and from other private art collections. The artist's works include portraits and drawings of the renowned personalities of the time from diverse fields of politics, literature, science, education and also of the leading entrepreneurs, acquaintances, family members and friends. In this particular print, he has rendered a portrait of the poet-laureate Rabindranath Tagore as he reclines on a chair. Dey has reproduced realistically, the expression and demeanour of his subject.
  • Mukul Dey in his artistic career, developed prints narrating Indian subjects and themes, particularly acclaimed are those of the Bengali women, the street corners of Bengal, the rivers, Santhals and the cityscape of Calcutta with its colonial monuments, busy by-lanes and the river front. In the above illustration, the artist has rendered a sketch of Willow trees at Chicago Lake, firm yet fluid strokes incised on to a metal sheet and transferred on the plain surface with the help of ink, articulating the contours of the figure.
  • Mukul Dey in his artistic career, developed prints narrating Indian subjects and themes, particularly acclaimed are those of the Bengali women, the street corners of Bengal, the rivers, Santhals and the cityscape of Calcutta with its colonial monuments, busy by-lanes and the river front. In the above illustration, the artist has rendered portraits of five people from different angles with bold, firm yet fluid strokes incised on to a metal sheet and transferred on the plain surface with the help of ink, articulating the contours of the figure.
  • Mukul Dey in his artistic career, developed prints narrating Indian subjects and themes, particularly acclaimed are those of the Bengali women, the street corners of Bengal, the rivers, Santhals and the cityscape of Calcutta with its colonial monuments, busy by-lanes and the river front. In the above illustration, the artist has rendered a sketch of a sgirl at the breakfast table, with bold, firm yet fluid strokes incised on to a metal sheet and transferred on the plain surface with the help of ink, delineating the contours and highlighting his facial features.
  • Mukul Dey in his artistic career, developed prints narrating Indian subjects and themes, particularly acclaimed are those of the Bengali women, the street corners of Bengal, the rivers, Santhals and the cityscape of Calcutta with its colonial monuments, busy by-lanes and the river front. In the above illustration, the artist has rendered a nude study of an American girl from different, with bold, firm yet fluid strokes incised on to a metal sheet and transferred on the plain surface with the help of ink, delineating the contours and highlighting his facial features.
  • Mukul Dey in his artistic career, developed prints narrating Indian subjects and themes, particularly acclaimed are those of the Bengali women, the street corners of Bengal, the rivers, Santhals and the cityscape of Calcutta with its colonial monuments, busy by-lanes and the river front. In the above illustration, the artist has rendered a portrait of an Etcher, with bold, firm yet fluid strokes incised on to a metal sheet and transferred on the plain surface with the help of ink, articulating the contours of the figure.
  • Mukul Dey in his artistic career, developed prints narrating Indian subjects and themes, particularly acclaimed are those of the Bengali women, the street corners of Bengal, the rivers, Santhals and the cityscape of Calcutta with its colonial monuments, busy by-lanes and the river front. In the above illustration, the artist has rendered a group of villagers waiting to meet Rabindra Nath Tagore at Selaidah, with bold, firm yet fluid strokes incised on to a metal sheet and transferred on the plain surface with the help of ink, delineating the contours and highlighting his facial features.
  • In this sketch, Mukul Dey has rendered the portrait of his uncle, ‘Bamacharan Dey ’as suggested in the inscription. The sketch has been swiftly executed in soft, smudged pencil strokes, highlighting the facial features and sparing much detail.
  • Mukul Dey started painting portraits early in his career and continued it all through life making a living out of his art. In this sketch, he has depicted a detail portrait of an old woman named ‘Sukhuda Chowdhurani’, as mentioned in the inscription, rendered with soft, smudge strokes of pencil delineating the contours and highlighting her facial features.
  • Mukul Dey started painting portraits early in his career and continued it all through life making a living out of his art. In this sketch, he has depicted a portrait of a village woman, rendered with soft, smudge strokes of pencil delineating the contours and highlighting her facial features.