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Posted on Jan 07, 07:55PM | IBNS
Serigraphs, a collection of creations by celebrated painters Jehangir Sabavala and Jogen Chowdhury, was unveiled on Monday at Emami Chisel Art gallery in Kolkata.
"The artworks represent two distinct artistic traditions which have seamlessly merged to offer a never-before visual experience for the spectators," said an official spokesperson.
Sabavala was one of the first generation of post-colonial Indian artists, who trained in the ateliers of Paris. During six decades of his artistic career he created masterpieces which have been a part of post-colonial visual repertoire. An array of 900 works has emerged from his pallete, most of which have been preserved by art enthusiasts.
The exhibition boasts of 18 of his famed serigraphs which includes creations like The Sorcerer II, At the Desert's Edge, Radiant Cloud to name a few. The works showcased form a moving tapestry which entices the spectators in reveries.
Viewers will also have the opportunity to witness the best of Jogen Chowdhury's oeuvre at Emami Chisel Art. A collection of 18 of his dazzling artworks is surely going to be a connoisseurs' delight.