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  • About K.C.S. Paniker

    His art bought the reinvention of the region at a time when regionalism was resisted politically. His art gave expression to the local myths, folklore, the entire paraphernalia of traditional arts and crafts and ancient knowledge ...

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  • About K.G. Subramanyan

    Born in 1924 in Kuthuparambian, Kerala, K.G. Subramanyan studied Economics at Presidency College, Madras. However, his passion for art began to pursue its due course when he visited Santiniketan to study at Kala Bhavan, the art ...

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  • About K.H. Ara

    Viewed as the first contemporary Indian painter to meticulously use the female nude as a subject, K.H. Ara through his works, transformed an act of straight reportage on day to day life into a potentially sensuous ...

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  • About K.K. Hebbar

    Kattingeri Krishna Hebbar was born in 1911 at Kattingeri in the Udupi district of Karnataka. His father used to make clay idols of Lord Ganesha during festivals and this background in folk art helped Hebbar decipher ...

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  • About K.S. Kulkarni

    Born in Karnataka, K.S. Kulkarni studied at the Sir J.J. School of Art, Bombay. He was also a research scholar at Sir Ratan Tata Trust, Bombay. He ahd his first solo show in 1945, organised by ...

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  • About Krishen Khanna

    One of the most versatile modernists of our times, Krishen Khanna is known the world over for an artistic idiom that is structurally rooted in the aesthetics of  European modernism but its subject matter takes direct ...

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