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On The Way To Nizamuddin - Sailoz Mookherjea - Bengal School Art - Indian Painting - Framed Prints

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Sailoz Mookherjea

Sailoz Mookherjea (1907 - 1960) was born in Kolkata and studied at the Government School of Art. His use of a flowing line and Fauvist colour won him praise from Abanindranath Tagore and his works, Confession and Wind were chosen for an exhibition at the Salon De Mai, Paris and were exhibited alongside works by Picasso, Rouault and Leger.


Sailoz Mukherjee is amongst the nine artists considered to be National Art Treasures of India, in the company of the three Tagores (Abanindranath, Gaganendranath, Rabindranath), Ram Kinker Baij, Jamini Roy, Nicholas Roerich, Nandalal Bose and Amrita Sher-Gil.


The comparison between Sailoz Mookherjeea and Amrita Sher-Gil is appropriate. Both the artists have drawn their inspiration, not from the mere externals of our great masterpieces of the past... but from the spirit behind them. Both have painted the India throbbing around them. Sailoz who was one of the earliest (the 1940s -1950s) in marrying the medium of Oil on canvas and Indian art forms (inspired from Basholi miniatures).

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About On The Way To Nizamuddin Sailoz Mookherjea Bengal School Art Indian Painting
Sailoz Mookherjea was an Indian painter. He is one of the early modernists who showed a flair for simplification of forms, vigorous lines and dynamic movement. He is on the 1979 list of Nine Masters of Archaeological Survey of India. His work was deeply inspired by people and the environment.
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On The Way To Nizamuddin - Sailoz Mookherjea - Bengal School Art - Indian Painting by Sailoz Mookherjea. Bring your print to life with three different frame colors. Each framed print comes with equal sized mat that adds a depth perspective to the entire image and a protective glass covering. Our frame prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and shipped within 3 days in "ready to hang" condition with pre-attached mounting points.

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