Lady Bathing - Kshitindranath Mazumdar – Bengal School of Art - Indian Painting - Art Prints
Majumdar took it further with inventing dresses and drapery for his figures that carried suggestions of the fresco art of Ajanta and Rajput paintings. He chose for his subject matter paintings from mythological narratives and Puranic stories reflected through his own interpretation. He charged his paintings with his own perception and understanding of bhakti and aimed at a pure and transcendental expression through a layering of hues by his distinct wash technique. Deeply rooted in his own tradition, Majumdar continued the trend of revivalism by evolving an art form rooted in traditional Indian modes of image-making and reflecting the spiritual world. One of the most significant Bengal School artists, Kshitindranath Majumdar’s works are known for their air of delicate grace and are highly coveted.
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