Amitaba Banerjee

Amitaba Banerjee's forte is the forceful, econimical and apt use of line. The works come to life by the synergy of his use of the line. This rightly makes him a master of the graphic print making medium. His love affair with the medium began when he participated in a workshop conducted by American graphic artist, Paul Lingren of the Smithsonian Institute in New Delhi, while still a student at the Government School of Arts in 1970....
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Honours and Awards
  • 2007 Honored for Lifetime Achievements by the Government of West Bengal, Kolkata
  • 1983 Best Exhibitor in Etching, Chandigarh
  • 1981 National Award, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi
  • 1975 All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society (AIFACS), New Delhi
  • 1972 Best Exhibitor, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
  • 1971 All India Awards by Group 8, New Delhi
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    USD payement only Lot 60 Details

    Auction 2002 (December) 1-4 December 2002

    Amitaba Banerjee

    Untitled

    Pastel on paper

    20 x 26.5 in

    Winning bid
    $525
    Rs 26,250
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    Lot 33 Details

    Works on paper. 20 Feb-15 Mar 2003

    Amitaba Banerjee

    Reflection

    Pastel on paper

    18 x 20 in







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