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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 a scene with two warriors guarding a couple, in an idiom inspired by 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 artistâ??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 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 artistâ??s diverse experiments with form. The sketches are certainly prototypes for some of his paintings. In this particular sketch, the artist has depicted a seated human figure, probably a ruler on a thrown in a form deeply influenced by the folk arts of rural Bengal.
  • 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 artistâ??s diverse experiments with form. The sketches are certainly prototypes for some of his paintings. In this particular sketch, the artist has depicted a human figure in quick, short lines inspired by the simplicity of child-art.

  • The sketches of Jamini Roy give evidence to the distinctive way in which the artist structured his figures. Each figure is created by assembling a set of body parts which are broken down into simple forms only to be reclaimed as a whole. The folk vision of Bengalâ??s arts and crafts traditions also influenced Jamini Royâ??s works. This sketch of a man in a warrior-like costume is illustrative of these visual elements.

  • The sketches of Jamini Roy give evidence to the distinctive way in which the artist structured his figures. Each figure is created by assembling a set of body parts which are broken down into simple forms only to be reclaimed as a whole. The folk vision of Bengalâ??s arts and crafts traditions also influenced Jamini Royâ??s works. This sketch of a man in a warrior-like costume is illustrative of these visual elements.