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  • There is a predominance of drawings and sketches by Jamini Roy in the NGMA Collection. The importance of this cannot be stressed enough especially when seriously studying Jamini Roy's pictorial language. It is from the sketches and drawings that we see the artist’s diverse experiments with form. The sketches are certainly prototypes for some of his paintings. In this particular sketch, Roy has depicted two male figures in an idiom inspired from the folk arts of the Bengal region.
  • There is a predominance of drawings and sketches by Jamini Roy in the NGMA Collection. The importance of this cannot be stressed enough especially when seriously studying Jamini Roy's pictorial language. It is from the sketches and drawings that we see the artist’s diverse experiments with form. The sketches are certainly prototypes for some of his paintings. In this particular sketch, Roy has depicted a scene with two warriors guarding a couple, in an idiom inspired by the folk arts of the Bengal region.
  • Nandalal preferred drawing from life, often sketching outdoors with the subject being life, nature studies, landscapes, figure drawings, animals and birds or anything that he found fascinating. Here he has rendered a peacock, swiftly executed in long, fluid pencil strokes that define the contours, while the smudged strokes and shading suggest the modelling of the form, resulting in the realistic representation of the form.
  • This painting belongs to a series of monochromatic ink and watercolour painting inspired by the Sumi-e Japanese technique the artist employed in the last phase of his life. The subject here being 'A Bird on a Hill Top' executed from his memory and experiences. These compositions were stripped to the bare minimum where only a few strokes of paint were employed to create natural forms in an effortless approach. The painting was purchased from the collection of Shri Biswaroop Bose and Smt. Nivedita Bose, children of Nandalal Bose.
  • This painting belongs to a series of monochromatic ink and watercolour paintings inspired by the Sumi-e Japanese technique the artist employed in the last phase of his life. The subject here being 'A Bird on a Hill Top' executed from his memory and experiences. These compositions were stripped to the bare minimum where only a few strokes of ink were employed to create natural forms in an effortless approach. The painting was purchased from the collection of Shri Biswaroop Bose and Smt. Nivedita Bose, children of Nandalal Bose.
  • This painting belongs to a series of monochromatic ink and watercolour paintings inspired by the Sumi-e Japanese technique the artist employed in the last phase of his life. The subject here being 'A Bird on a Hill Top 'executed from his memory and experiences. These compositions were stripped to the bare minimum where only a few strokes of ink were employed to create natural forms in an effortless approach. This painting was purchased from the collection of Shri Biswaroop Bose and Smt. Nivedita Bose, children of Nandalal Bose.
  • This painting belongs to a series of monochromatic ink and watercolour paintings inspired by the Sumi-e Japanese technique the artist employed in the last phase of his life. The subject here being 'A Bird on a Hill Top 'executed from his memory and experiences. These compositions were stripped to the bare minimum where only a few strokes of ink were employed to create natural forms in an effortless approach. This painting was purchased from the collection of Shri Biswaroop Bose and Smt. Nivedita Bose, children of Nandalal Bose.
  • This painting belongs to a series of monochromatic ink and watercolour paintings inspired by the Sumi-e Japanese technique the artist employed in the last phase of his life. The subject here being 'A Bird on a Hill Top 'executed from his memory and experiences. These compositions were stripped to the bare minimum where only a few strokes of paint were employed to create natural forms in an effortless approach. This painting was purchased from the collection of Shri Biswaroop Bose and Smt. Nivedita Bose, children of Nandalal Bose.
  • This painting belongs to a series of monochromatic ink and watercolour paintings inspired by the Sumi-e Japanese technique the artist employed in the last phase of his life. The subject here being 'A Bird on Hill Top 'executed from his memory and experiences. Nandalal depicts a distant flight of birds on a hill effortlessly rendered with a few strokes of ink. This painting was purchased from the collection of Shri Biswaroop Bose and Smt. Nivedita Bose, children of Nandalal Bose.
  • This painting belongs to a series of monochromatic ink and watercolour paintings inspired by the Sumi-e Japanese technique the artist employed in the last phase of his life. The subject here being 'A Bird on a Hill Top 'executed from his memory and experiences. These compositions were stripped to the bare minimum where only a few strokes of ink were employed to create natural forms in an effortless approach. This painting was purchased from the collection of Shri Biswaroop Bose and Smt. Nivedita Bose, children of Nandalal Bose.