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  2. 2. CBSE NO :- 4224503 Name :- s.niketha CLASS :-10th c SCHOOL :- K.V BOLARUM ROLL NO :- 5
  3. 3. INDIAN ARTISTS = 1 S.H. RAZA  Syed Haider Raza Alias S.H. Raza (born 22 February 1922) is an Indian artist who has lived and worked in France since 1950, but maintains strong ties with India.  His works are mainly abstracts in oil or acrylic, with a very rich use of color, replete with icons from Indian cosmology as well as its philosophy. He was awarded the Padma Shri and Fellowship of the Lalit Kala Akademi[4] in 1981, Padma Bhushan in 2007, and Padma Vibhushan in 2013.  He became India's priciest modern artist on June 10, 2010 when a seminal work, 'Saurashtra' by the 88-year-old sold for 16.42 crore ($3,486,965) at a Christie's auction.
  4. 4. EARLY CAREER  Syed Haider Raza, has his first solo show in 1946 at Bombay Art Society Salon, and was awarded the Silver Medal of the society.  His work evolved from painting expressionistic landscapes to abstract ones. From his fluent water colours of landscapes and townscapes executed in the early 40's he moved towards a more expressive language painting landscapes of the mind. 1947 proved to be a very important year for him, at first his mother died, and this was also the year when he co-founded the revolutionary Bombay Progressive Artists' Group (PAG) (1947–1956) along with K.H. Ara and F.N. Souza (Francis Newton Souza)
  5. 5. AWARDS  1946: Silver Medal, Bombay Art Society, Mumbai  1948: Gold Medal, Bombay Art Society, Mumbai  1956: Prix de la critique, Paris  1981: Padma Shri; the Government of India  1981: Fellowship of the Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi  1981:Kalidas Samman, Government of Madhya Pradesh  2007: Padma Bhushan; the Government of India  2013: Padma Vibhushan; the Government of India
  6. 6. S.H.RAZA
  7. 7. INDIAN ARTIST=2 AMRITA SHER-GIL  Amrita Sher-Gil (Punjabi: ਅੰ ਿ ਮ੍ਤਾ ਸ਼ੇਰਿਿਲ) (अमता शेरगिल) (30 January ृ 1913, – 5 December 1941), was an eminent Indian painter born to a Punjabi Sikh father and a Hungarian mother, sometimes known as India's Frida Kahlo, and today considered an important woman painter of 20th century India, whose legacy stands at par with that of the Masters of Bengal Renaissance; she is also the 'most expensive' woman painter of India.
  8. 8.  Amrita Sher-Gil was born in Budapest, Hungary[6] to Umrao Singh Sher-Gil Majithia, a Sikh aristocrat and a scholar in Sanskrit and Persian, and Marie Antoniette Gottesmann, a Jewish opera singer from Hungary. Her mother came to India as a companion of Princess Bamba Sutherland.Sher-Gil was the elder of two daughters born. Her younger sister was Indira Sundaram (née Sher-Gil), mother of the contemporary artist Vivan Sundaram. She spent most of early childhood in Budapest. She was the niece of Indologist Ervin Baktay. He guided her by critiquing her work and gave her an academic foundation to grow on. He also instructed her to use servants as models. The memories of these models would eventually lead to her return to India.
  9. 9. .  In 1921 her family moved to Summer Hill, Shimla in India, and soon began learning piano and violin, and by age in nine she along with her younger sister Indira were giving concerts and acting in plays at Shimla's Gaiety Theatre at Mall Road, Shimla. Though she was already painting since the age of five she formally started learning painting at age eight.
  10. 10. .  Young Girls, 1932, Amrita’s sister Indira sits on the left clothed in chic European garb, while the partially undressed figure in the foreground is a French friend, Denise Proutaux. This painting was awarded a Gold Medal at the Grand Salon in 1933.
  12. 12. INDIAN ARTIST=3 SUBODH GUPTA  Subodh Gupta (born in 1964) is an artist based in New Delhi. He was born in Khagaul, land famous for ancient mathematician Aryabhatta in Patna. He studied at the College of Art, Patna in 1983–1988, before moving to New Delhi where he currently lives and works. Trained as a painter, he went on to experiment with a variety of media. His work encompasses sculpture, installation, painting, photography, performance and video. He is married to artist Bharti Kher.
  13. 13. .  Subodh Gupta is best known for incorporating everyday objects that are ubiquitous throughout India, such as the steel tiffin boxes used by millions to carry their lunch as well as thali pans, bicycles, and milk pails. From such ordinary items the artist produces sculptures that reflect on the economic transformation of his homeland and which relate to Gupta's own life and memories. As Gupta says: 'All these things were part of the way I grew up. They are used in the rituals and ceremonies that were part of my childhood. Indians either remember them from their youth, or they want to remember them. And: 'I am the idol thief. I steal from the drama of Hindu life. And from the kitchen - these pots, they are like stolen gods, smuggled out of the country. Hindu kitchens are as important as prayer rooms.
  14. 14.  Gupta transforms the icons of Indian everyday life into artworks that are readable globally. He is among a generation of young Indian artists whose commentary tells of a country on the move, fuelled by boiling economic growth and a more materialistic mindset. Gupta's strategy of appropriating everyday objects and turning them into artworks that dissolve their former meaning and function brings him close to artists like Duchamp; The Guardian called him 'the Damien Hirst of Delhi. He succeeds in finding an art language that references India and at the same time can be appreciated for its aesthetic throughout world; as Gupta says: 'Art language is the same all over the world. Which allows me to be anywhere.'
  15. 15.  An earlier series of paintings is 'Saat Samunder Paar'. Baggages, migration and the "return home" have been enduring concerns of Subodh Gupta. It is a theme that crystallised in works such as 'Across the Seven Seas' (2006) where he uses baggage trolleys of modern airports to allude to the grim historical reality of migration from India, especially from his home state of Bihar.  In works that Subodh Gupta presented at Hauser & Wirth in October 2009, the artist moved away from composite sculptures toward objects that possess an auratic quality. Ready-made commodities experience transformations in scale and material.
  16. 16. INDIAN ARTIST=4 TAYYAB MEHTA Born=26 September 1925 Kapadvanj, Gujarat,India  Died=2 July 2009 (aged 83) Mumbai, India  Nationality=Indian  Field=Painting  Training=Sir J.J. School of Art (1952)  Works=Celebration Kali
  17. 17. . Tayyabb Mehta (25 July 1925 – 2 July 2009) was a noted Indian painter. He was part of the noted Bombay Progressive Artists' Group, which included greats like F.N. Souza, S.H. Raza and M.F. Husain, and the first post- colonial generation of artists in India, like John Wilkins who also broke free from the nationalist Bengal school and embraced Modernism instead, with its Post-Impressionist colors, Cubist forms and brusque, Expressionistic styles.
  18. 18. CAREER  He left for London in 1959, where he worked and lived till 1964. Thereafter, he visited the New York, US, when he was awarded the Rockefeller Fellowship in 1968.[9] During the years the artist spent in London, Mehta’s style was influenced by the expressionist works of Francis Bacon, but while in New York his work came to be characterized by minimalism.[10] He made a three minute film, Koodal (Tamil for 'meeting place'), which he shot at the Bandra slaughter house, it won the Filmfare Critics Award in 1970.
  19. 19.  Tayyab Mehta held the then record for the highest price an Indian painting has ever sold for at auction ($317,500 USD or 15 million Indian rupees) for Celebration at Christie's in 2002. In May 2005, his painting Kali sold for 10 million Indian rupees (approximately equal to 230,000 US dollars) at Indian auction house Saffronart's online auction.[13] A reinterpretation of the tale of demon Mahishasura by Mehta showing goddess Durga locked in an embrace with the demon sold for $1.584 million. In 2008 one of his paintings sold for $2 million.  In December 2005, Mehta's painting Gesture was sold for 31 million Indian rupees to Ranjit Malkani, chairman of Kuomi Travel, at the Osian’s auction. This makes it the highest price ever paid by an Indian for a work of Indian contemporary art at auction in India.
  20. 20. TAYYAB MEHTA
  21. 21. WESTERN ARTIST= 1 ROY.H ANDERSEN  Roy.H Andersen Known as a western painter, Roy Andersen did paintings of Crow, Cheyenne, and Apache Indians. He began his career living in Chicago and New York and working as an illustrator. He did numerous covers for Time Magazine including portraits of Albert Einstein and Prince Fah He also did illustrations for National Geographic magazine, and did a stamp series on Dogs and American Horses, and in 1984 and 1985, won Stamp of the Year Award. As a muralist, he has (showing 500 of 5467 characters).d.
  22. 22. ROY.H ANDERSEN
  24. 24. WESTERN ARTIST=2 TOM LEA  Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, Tom Lea was a painter, illustrator, muralist, teacher, writer and commercial artist. Many of his paintings depicted scenes from Texas, although his career ranged beyond his home state.  During his youth, he spent many summers working on ranches in both Texas and New Mexico. At age seventeen he enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago, and from 1926 to 1933, worked there as a mural assistant to John Warner Norton, a noted muralist. From (showing 500 of 4849 characters).
  25. 25.  Birth  1907 (El Paso, Texas)  Death  2001 (El Paso, Texas)  Lived/Active  Texas  Often Known For  illustration, cattle ranching scene painting, mural
  27. 27. WESTERN ARTIST=3 JAMES ELLIOTT BAMA A native New Yorker, James Bama creates photoreal figures and paintings that capture the old "wild west." He keeps a very tidy studio from where he converts his many photographs into paintings whose surfaces are so smooth and satiny that some people refer to him as the "Vermeer of the West" (McGarry 30).
  28. 28. .  He graduated from New York City's High School of Music and Arts and then served in the military for three years. He attended the Art Students League and became a reno (showing 500 of 3425 characters).  Birth  1926 (New York City)  Lived/Active  Wyoming/New York
  29. 29. PAINTINGS
  30. 30. WESTERN ARTIST=4 CHARLES DEAS CHARLES DEAS Known as a painter of dramatic and romantic western scenes, he was born in Philadelphia to a family of career military people including his grandfather, Ralph Izard, a Revolutionary War hero.
  31. 31.  It was expected that Charles would be a military man, but he grew to prefer painting trips in the Hudson River Valley to sitting in classes at West Point Academy. In the mid-1830s, he studied briefly at the National Academy of Design, earning a reputation for sporting and domestic genre scenes. He first exh (showing 500 of 3984 characters).
  32. 32. CHARLES DEAS Self-portrait of Charles Deas  Birth  1818 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)  Death  1867 (New York City)  Lived/Active  Missouri/New York
  33. 33. PAINTINGS