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Auction Dec 06> Artwork Details > Untitled by Jogen Chowdhury

– on the one hand we are creatively engaged in our artwork and on the other hand we reaffirm our relationship with people.” (Jogen Chowdhury in R Siva Kumar Jogen Chowdhury – Enigmatic Visions Glenbarra Art Museum 2005 p. 76) In this raw portrait of family life Chowdhury explores the relationship


Auction Dec 06> Artwork Details > Man and Woman by Jogen Chowdhury

on these relationships.”(Jogen Chowdhury in R Siva Kumar Jogen Chowdhury – Enigmatic Visions Glenbarra Art Museum 2005 p. 76) This painting is a unique iteration of the relationship Chowdhury is so fascinated by. As a man and woman have a conversation in bed the contrasts between them scream to be noticed.


Summer Auction 2007> Artwork Details > Untitled by Jogen Chowdhury

Jogen Chowdhury born and brought up in what is now Bangladesh was a rebel from the very beginning. Rejecting the popular style of the Bengal School ... (R Siva Kumar Jogen Chowdhury – Enigmatic Visions Glenbarra Art Museum 2005 p. 91


Auction Dec 06> Artwork Details > Lonely Moon by Jogen Chowdhury

Jogen Chowdhury…is an artist with a singular sensibility. His innate sense of rhythm his subtle ability to uncover the sensuality at the heart ...ability to gather everything in a cadenced embrace lies his genius to reach out and internalize the ‘other’.” (R Siva Kumar Jogen Chowdhury – Enigmatic


Auction May 2006> Artwork Details > Situation X by Jogen Chowdhury

Chowdhury believes that his figurations can transcend the banal and create a vocabulary that is uniquely his. “Disproportion is the essence of Jogen’...deformation…” (R. Siva Kumar Jogen Chowdhury Enigmatic Visions Glenbarra Art Museum 2005 p.11). The dominating element of Chowdhury’s works whether


Auction Dec 06> Artwork Details > Untitled by Jogen Chowdhury

Born and brought up in erstwhile Bengal now Bangladesh Jogen Chowdhury rejected the stylistic traditions of the Bengal School of painting soon after ...of the different way in which Indian men and women sit and move – something he terms “the reality of the Indian form” (Jogen Chowdhury in R Siva Kumar


Auction December 2005> Artwork Details > In Search of a Dream by Jogen Chowdhury

eroticism. A romantic longing that turns everything it touches light pure ethereal.' (R. Siva Kumar 'Jogen Chowdhury Enigmatic Visions' Glenbarra Art ... 'There is a pervasive sensuality in Jogen's work eroticism breathing from every pore not loudly like a thumping heart but softly as relaxed breadth.


Summer Online Auction> Artwork Details > Untitled by Jogen Chowdhury

Over the last five decades Jogen Chowdhury has developed a distinctive idiom inspired by Indian family life and traditional folklore. His drawings ...deformation” (R. Siva Kumar Jogen Chowdhury Enigmatic Visions Glenbarra Art Museum Fukuoka 2005 p. 9). “There is a pervasive sensuality in Jogen’s work


Winter Auction 2007> Artwork Details > Couple A by Jogen Chowdhury

Rejecting the bourgeois leanings that he saw in the work of established artists of the Bengal School like Hemendranath Mazumdar Jogen Chowdhury ...it to my painting. This was a new point of interest for me as a revelation of the reality of the Indian form" (as quoted in R Siva Kumar Jogen Chowdhury


Summer Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Two Men by Jogen Chowdhury

Born and brought up in erstwhile Bengal Jogen Chowdhury rejected the stylistic traditions of the Bengal School of painting early in his career ...to the politicians and businessmen on the streets of New Delhi. Through Chowdhury’s unique development of form and his detailed communication of posture


Summer Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Untitled by Farhad Hussain

Born in 1975 in Jamshedpur Farhad Hussain graduated with a degree in science before he went on to study painting at Santiniketan. Describing his work his teacher and fellow artist Jogen Chowdhury says Hussain is “…humourous playful satirical and uses colours with imagination. He creates curious


Summer Auction 2007> Artwork Details > Untitled by Jogen Chowdhury

Jogen does not construct his figures like a builder with lumps of flesh or hew it out like a carver all in one piece. Like women crocheting apparels he knits them into shape – squiggle by squiggle – interlocked into quivering heaving criss-crossed surfaces” (R Siva Kumar Jogen Chowdhury


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