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Shaped by his childhood memories, Ajay De's paintings reflect the complexities and troubles that besiege modern day society. They flow from within. The image of the hard working Rickshaw puller stands out. Unseen, unknown, fleeting through the crowded, narrow streets of Kolkata, carrying their load through rain and the blazing sun with a quiet fortitude and dignity, one wouldn't notice their presence, except for the clang of their bells. Visually it makes for a brilliant subject in black and white, accentuated by the panel shape.
While growing up in Kolkata, Ajay De spent his days drawing, fueled by the wonderment of nature around him. After graduating from the Government College of Arts and Crafts & completing his post-graduate at the J.J. School of Arts in Mumbai, he found himself drawn towards the black and white tones of charcoal, especially towards Japanese calligraphy. The image of the hard-working rickshaw puller stood out.
In 1998, he had the opportunity to show his work in Tokyo, which was received well. Upon his return, he began exploring the boundaries of this medium & experimented with acrylic, adding a dash of colour to his charcoal works. Shades of red made their appearance in the Ganesha series, and blue in the Mother Teresa series. With the passing years Ajay De has been able to find his home in this medium, reaching ever greater levels of intimacy and expression.
|Medium:||Charcoal & Acrylic on Paper|
|Size:||21 x 12 inches|
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