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Print making

Print making in India has long history. After the British intervention in India 19th century onwards, created ranking within art mediums, grading graphic- print making at low grade. The practice of printmaking as art medium gained immense popularity in early 20th century with the establishment of Kala Bhavan in Shantiniketan and at the Government School of Arts at Calcutta that encouraged printmaking with facilities, as important part of art education. Later, art schools at Baroda and Del-hiís contribution to print- making has been remarkable. NGMA, Mumbaiís has conspicuous collec-tion of prints.

Somnath Hore

Wounds, Etching, 10.5 x 12 cm

Jatin Das

Swinging Trees, Lithograph, 75cm x55 cm

Navjot Altaf

Pavement Ė II 1983, Silk Screen, 61 x 48.5 cm

Paul Koli

Rolling Balls, 1976, Aquatint, 21 x 38 cm

Anupam Sud

Morning Walk 1980, Etching, 49 x 40 cm

Aupam Sood

Silent Moment, Etching, 96 x 66 cm

B.C. Sanyal

The Crow, Lithograph, 22x76.2 cm

Bankar, D.R.

Spiritual Unit- III 1980, Etching, 44x48.5Cm

Chitta Prosad

Rasagolla, Linocut, 26x18.9 cm

Jha, Prayag

Life Of a Woman 1984, Etching,15.5 x 23.7 cm

 

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