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Artist: Jogen Chowdhury
Face, Ink & Water color on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Mixed Media on Paper 6 x 4.1 inches 2023 Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had developed his individual styl...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Ink, Watercolor

Untitled, Abstract, Mixed media on Board by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Untitled Charcoal & Dry Pastel on Brown Paper Pasted on Board 10 x 8 inches 2021 Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Cho...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Mixed Media, Charcoal, Pastel, Board

Untitled, Abstract, Mixed media on Board by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Untitled Charcoal & Dry Pastel on Brown Paper Pasted on Board 10 x 8 inches 2021 Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Cho...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Charcoal, Pastel, Mixed Media, Board

Untitled, Mixed Media on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Mixed Media on Paper 6 x 4.1 inches 2023 Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had developed his individual styl...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Mixed Media

Untitled, Charcoal on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Untitled, Charcoal on Paper 13 x 23 inches (unframed size ) 1998 ( Framed & Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. J...
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1990s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Charcoal, Paper

Untitled, Dry Pastel on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Untitled, Dry Pastel on Paper 17.5 x 23 inches (unframed size ) ( Framed & Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jog...
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1990s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel

Untitled, Dry Pastel on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Untitled, Dry Pastel on Paper 17.5 x 23 inches (unframed size ) ( Framed & Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jog...
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1990s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel

Untitled, Figurative, Etching on Paper, Black Color Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Etching on Paper Print Size : 9.5 x 13 inches Paper Size : 15 x 22 inches Edition A/P, 2018 ( Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young arti...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Etching, Paper

Untitled, Figurative, Bronze Sculpture, Edition 5/6, Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Bronze, Edition 5/6 H 12 x W 8.5 x D 5 inches, 2022 ( Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had develo...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Bronze

Landscape, Felt Pen with Pastel on Paper, Yellow, Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Landscape, Felt Pen with Pastel on Paper 8.5 x 11.5 inches, 2023 ( Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhu...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel, Ink, Mixed Media, Pen

Untitled, Figurative, Nude, Ink on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Untitled, Ink on Paper 6 x 4 inches , 2020 ( Framed & Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had deve...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Ink

Untitled, Figurative, Charcoal on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Untitled, Charcoal on Paper 7 x 9.3 inches, 2022 ( Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had developed...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Charcoal

In Surprised Mood, Dry Pastel on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury In Surprised Mood, Dry Pastel on Paper 10 x 6.3 inches , 2022 ( Framed & Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen ...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel

Untitled, Figurative, Mixed Media on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Untitled, Mixed Media on Paper 10 x 4.5 inches , 2023 ( Framed & Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhu...
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1990s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Mixed Media, Paper

Face of a Young Man, Dry Pastel on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Face of a Young Man, Dry Pastel on Paper 7 x 9.25 inches , 2022 (unframed size ) The framed size of the work is 17 x 20 ( approx. ) The work will be shipped inclusive of framing. Signed in Bengali Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had developed his individual style after his return from Paris. His most famous paintings are in ink, watercolor and pastel. He has painted in oil medium as well. In Chowdhury’s more recent works the sensory experiences of cloth, bolsters, sofas and the human body are cross-projected to produce an uncanny world of tran-substantiated tumescence and flaccidness. Jogen Chowdhury has been widely acknowledged to be, the master of the unbroken line. Like Léger, Chowdhury has been stirred by the linear Kalighat pat tradition, but his lines are emotive and used to express and suggest the character of a person. This is done by, distorting the form without breaking the line and in the world of young, contemporary art; distortion has been Jogen Chowdhury’s most significant impact. Perhaps, because of this, a common observation of his work is that his “people” are caricatures. The person feels familiar to the viewer but it is far more individualised – the face is imaginary but the psyche or characteristics are real. The power and beauty of his technique and line is this play between the known and unknown. In Jogen Chowdhury’s work, the figure is always in the foreground, it is primary, it conveys everything. He uses colour to give volume to his figures and the fluidity of his lines bring a sensual aspect to his forms. About the Artist and his work : Born : Born 1939 in Daharpara Village, Faridpur, Bangladesh. Jogen Chowdhury is an eminent Indian painter and considered an important painter of 21st century India. Family Background : His father Pramatnath Chowdhury was a Brahmin zamindar. Both his parents took interest in art, Jogen Chowdhury’s father Pramatnath Chowdhury painted several mythological scenes from the village theatres and also sculpted various Hindu icons. Whereas his mother was an expert in Alpana drawings. 1939-47 Jogen Chowdhury lived in a village atmosphere. And after partition in 1948, the whole family shifted. Till 1951 the whole family stayed at the police department quarter of his uncle, where on the walls Jogen Chowdhury painted his first painting, 1962 Jogen Chowdhury was employed as Designer in the Handloom Board. Education : 1955-60: Studied at the Government College of Art and Crafts, Kolkata. 1965 : He went to paris to study in Ecole des Beaux Arts, in William Hayter’s Atelier 17. Professional Experience : 1968-72 : He worked as an Art-Designer, Madras Handloom Board, Madras. 1970 : A collection of his poems were published, titled ‘Hridoy Train Beje Othey’. 1987 : Joined Kala Bhavan , Santiniketan as a professor of painting. Selected Exhibitions : 1972, 1975 & 1978 respectively : I, III, IV Triennales at New Delhi. 1979: The Sao Paolo Biennale. 1980: The exhibitions at the Fukuoka Museum, Japan. 1982: The Royal Academy, London. 1982: The Hirschhorn Museum, Washington D.C. 1986: The II Havana Biennale. 1989: ‘Festival of India’, in Geneva. 2002: Saffron art...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel, Mixed Media

With Smiling Teeth, Dry Pastel on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury With Smiling Teeth, Dry Pastel on Paper 7 x 9.25 inches , 2022 (unframed Size ) The framed size of the work is approx . 17 x 20 inches The work will be shipped inclusive of framing. Signed in Bengali Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had developed his individual style after his return from Paris. His most famous paintings are in ink, watercolor and pastel. He has painted in oil medium as well. In Chowdhury’s more recent works the sensory experiences of cloth, bolsters, sofas and the human body are cross-projected to produce an uncanny world of tran-substantiated tumescence and flaccidness. Jogen Chowdhury has been widely acknowledged to be, the master of the unbroken line. Like Léger, Chowdhury has been stirred by the linear Kalighat pat tradition, but his lines are emotive and used to express and suggest the character of a person. This is done by, distorting the form without breaking the line and in the world of young, contemporary art; distortion has been Jogen Chowdhury’s most significant impact. Perhaps, because of this, a common observation of his work is that his “people” are caricatures. The person feels familiar to the viewer but it is far more individualised – the face is imaginary but the psyche or characteristics are real. The power and beauty of his technique and line is this play between the known and unknown. In Jogen Chowdhury’s work, the figure is always in the foreground, it is primary, it conveys everything. He uses colour to give volume to his figures and the fluidity of his lines bring a sensual aspect to his forms. About the Artist and his work : Born : Born 1939 in Daharpara Village, Faridpur, Bangladesh. Jogen Chowdhury is an eminent Indian painter and considered an important painter of 21st century India. Family Background : His father Pramatnath Chowdhury was a Brahmin zamindar. Both his parents took interest in art, Jogen Chowdhury’s father Pramatnath Chowdhury painted several mythological scenes from the village theatres and also sculpted various Hindu icons. Whereas his mother was an expert in Alpana drawings. 1939-47 Jogen Chowdhury lived in a village atmosphere. And after partition in 1948, the whole family shifted. Till 1951 the whole family stayed at the police department quarter of his uncle, where on the walls Jogen Chowdhury painted his first painting, 1962 Jogen Chowdhury was employed as Designer in the Handloom Board. Education : 1955-60: Studied at the Government College of Art and Crafts, Kolkata. 1965 : He went to paris to study in Ecole des Beaux Arts, in William Hayter’s Atelier 17. Professional Experience : 1968-72 : He worked as an Art-Designer, Madras Handloom Board, Madras. 1970 : A collection of his poems were published, titled ‘Hridoy Train Beje Othey’. 1987 : Joined Kala Bhavan , Santiniketan as a professor of painting. Selected Exhibitions : 1972, 1975 & 1978 respectively : I, III, IV Triennales at New Delhi. 1979: The Sao Paolo Biennale. 1980: The exhibitions at the Fukuoka Museum, Japan. 1982: The Royal Academy, London. 1982: The Hirschhorn Museum, Washington D.C. 1986: The II Havana Biennale. 1989: ‘Festival of India’, in Geneva. 2002: Saffron art...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel, Mixed Media

Untitled, Figurative, Ink, Brush, Dry Pastel on Paper Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Untitled, 14 x 11 inches ( Unframed Size ) Ink with Brush & Dry Pastel on Paper, 2014 Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had developed his individual style after his return from Paris. Jogen Chowdhury has been widely acknowledged to be, the master of the unbroken line. Like Léger, Chowdhury has been stirred by the linear Kalighat pat tradition, but his lines are emotive and used to express and suggest the character of a person. This is done by, distorting the form without breaking the line and in the world of young, contemporary art; distortion has been Jogen Chowdhury’s most significant impact. Perhaps, because of this, a common observation of his work is that his “people” are caricatures. The person feels familiar to the viewer but it is far more individualised - the face is imaginary but the psyche or characteristics are real. The power and beauty of his technique and line is this play between the known and unknown. In Jogen Chowdhury’s work, the figure is always in the foreground, it is primary, it conveys everything. He uses colour to give volume to his figures and the fluidity of his lines bring a sensual aspect to his forms. About the Artist & his works : Born : 1939 in Daharpara Village, Faridpur, Bangladesh. Jogen Chowdhury is an eminent Indian painter and considered an important painter of 21st century India. Family Background: His father Pramatnath Chowdhury was a Brahmin zamindar. Both his parents took interest in art, Jogen Chowdhury's father Pramatnath Chowdhury painted several mythological scenes from the village theatres and also sculpted various Hindu icons. Whereas his mother was an expert in Alpana drawings. 1939-47 Jogen Chowdhury lived in a village atmosphere. And after partition in 1948, the whole family shifted. Till 1951 the whole family stayed at the police department quarter of his uncle, where on the walls Jogen Chowdhury painted his first painting, 1962 Jogen Chowdhury was employed as Designer in the Handloom Board. Education: 1955-60: Studied at the Government College of Art and Crafts, Kolkata. 1965 : He went to paris to study in Ecole des Beaux Arts, in William Hayter’s Atelier 17. Professional Experience: 1968-72 : He worked as an Art-Designer, Madras Handloom Board, Madras. 1970 : A collection of his poems were published, titled 'Hridoy Train Beje Othey'. 1987 : Joined Kala Bhavan , Santiniketan as a professor of painting. Selected Exhibitions: 1972, 1975 & 1978 respectively : I, III, IV Triennales at New Delhi . 1979: The Sao Paolo Biennale . 1980: The exhibitions at the Fukuoka Museum, Japan. 1982: The Royal Academy, London. 1982: The Hirschhorn Museum, Washington D.C. 1986: The II Havana Biennale 1989: 'Festival of India', in Geneva 2002: Saffron art...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel, Ink, Mixed Media

Untitled, Figurative, Ink & Pastel on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Untitled, Figurative, Ink & Pastel on Paper 5 x 6.5 inches , 2003 Signed in Bengali Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had developed his individual style after his return from Paris. His most famous paintings are in ink, watercolor and pastel. He has painted in oil medium as well. In Chowdhury’s more recent works the sensory experiences of cloth, bolsters, sofas and the human body are cross-projected to produce an uncanny world of tran-substantiated tumescence and flaccidness. Jogen Chowdhury has been widely acknowledged to be, the master of the unbroken line. Like Léger, Chowdhury has been stirred by the linear Kalighat pat tradition, but his lines are emotive and used to express and suggest the character of a person. This is done by, distorting the form without breaking the line and in the world of young, contemporary art; distortion has been Jogen Chowdhury’s most significant impact. Perhaps, because of this, a common observation of his work is that his “people” are caricatures. The person feels familiar to the viewer but it is far more individualised – the face is imaginary but the psyche or characteristics are real. The power and beauty of his technique and line is this play between the known and unknown. In Jogen Chowdhury’s work, the figure is always in the foreground, it is primary, it conveys everything. He uses colour to give volume to his figures and the fluidity of his lines bring a sensual aspect to his forms. About the Artist and his work : Born : Born 1939 in Daharpara Village, Faridpur, Bangladesh. Jogen Chowdhury is an eminent Indian painter and considered an important painter of 21st century India. Family Background : His father Pramatnath Chowdhury was a Brahmin zamindar. Both his parents took interest in art, Jogen Chowdhury’s father Pramatnath Chowdhury painted several mythological scenes from the village theatres and also sculpted various Hindu icons. Whereas his mother was an expert in Alpana drawings. 1939-47 Jogen Chowdhury lived in a village atmosphere. And after partition in 1948, the whole family shifted. Till 1951 the whole family stayed at the police department quarter of his uncle, where on the walls Jogen Chowdhury painted his first painting, 1962 Jogen Chowdhury was employed as Designer in the Handloom Board. Education : 1955-60: Studied at the Government College of Art and Crafts, Kolkata. 1965 : He went to paris to study in Ecole des Beaux Arts, in William Hayter’s Atelier 17. Professional Experience : 1968-72 : He worked as an Art-Designer, Madras Handloom Board, Madras. 1970 : A collection of his poems were published, titled ‘Hridoy Train Beje Othey’. 1987 : Joined Kala Bhavan , Santiniketan as a professor of painting. Selected Exhibitions : 1972, 1975 & 1978 respectively : I, III, IV Triennales at New Delhi. 1979: The Sao Paolo Biennale. 1980: The exhibitions at the Fukuoka Museum, Japan. 1982: The Royal Academy, London. 1982: The Hirschhorn Museum, Washington D.C. 1986: The II Havana Biennale. 1989: ‘Festival of India’, in Geneva. 2002: Saffron...
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Early 2000s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel, Mixed Media, Ink

Woman Face with Braid Dry Pastel on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Woman Face with Braid, Dry Pastel on Paper 10 x 6.3 inches , 2022 ( this is the unframed size ) The work will be shipped inclusive of framing. Signed in Bengali Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had developed his individual style after his return from Paris. His most famous paintings are in ink, watercolor and pastel. He has painted in oil medium as well. In Chowdhury’s more recent works the sensory experiences of cloth, bolsters, sofas and the human body are cross-projected to produce an uncanny world of tran-substantiated tumescence and flaccidness. Jogen Chowdhury has been widely acknowledged to be, the master of the unbroken line. Like Léger, Chowdhury has been stirred by the linear Kalighat pat tradition, but his lines are emotive and used to express and suggest the character of a person. This is done by, distorting the form without breaking the line and in the world of young, contemporary art; distortion has been Jogen Chowdhury’s most significant impact. Perhaps, because of this, a common observation of his work is that his “people” are caricatures. The person feels familiar to the viewer but it is far more individualised – the face is imaginary but the psyche or characteristics are real. The power and beauty of his technique and line is this play between the known and unknown. In Jogen Chowdhury’s work, the figure is always in the foreground, it is primary, it conveys everything. He uses colour to give volume to his figures and the fluidity of his lines bring a sensual aspect to his forms. About the Artist and his work : Born : Born 1939 in Daharpara Village, Faridpur, Bangladesh. Jogen Chowdhury is an eminent Indian painter and considered an important painter of 21st century India. Family Background : His father Pramatnath Chowdhury was a Brahmin zamindar. Both his parents took interest in art, Jogen Chowdhury’s father Pramatnath Chowdhury painted several mythological scenes from the village theatres and also sculpted various Hindu icons. Whereas his mother was an expert in Alpana drawings. 1939-47 Jogen Chowdhury lived in a village atmosphere. And after partition in 1948, the whole family shifted. Till 1951 the whole family stayed at the police department quarter of his uncle, where on the walls Jogen Chowdhury painted his first painting, 1962 Jogen Chowdhury was employed as Designer in the Handloom Board. Education : 1955-60: Studied at the Government College of Art and Crafts, Kolkata. 1965 : He went to paris to study in Ecole des Beaux Arts, in William Hayter’s Atelier 17. Professional Experience : 1968-72 : He worked as an Art-Designer, Madras Handloom Board, Madras. 1970 : A collection of his poems were published, titled ‘Hridoy Train Beje Othey’. 1987 : Joined Kala Bhavan , Santiniketan as a professor of painting. Selected Exhibitions : 1972, 1975 & 1978 respectively : I, III, IV Triennales at New Delhi. 1979: The Sao Paolo Biennale. 1980: The exhibitions at the Fukuoka Museum, Japan. 1982: The Royal Academy, London. 1982: The Hirschhorn Museum, Washington D.C. 1986: The II Havana Biennale. 1989: ‘Festival of India’, in Geneva. 2002: Saffron...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Pastel, Mixed Media, Paper

Sleepless Night, Dry Pastel on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Sleepless Night, Dry Pastel on Paper 7 x 9.25 inches , 2022 The work will be shipped inclusive of framing. Signed in Bengali Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had developed his individual style after his return from Paris. His most famous paintings are in ink, watercolor and pastel. He has painted in oil medium as well. In Chowdhury’s more recent works the sensory experiences of cloth, bolsters, sofas and the human body are cross-projected to produce an uncanny world of tran-substantiated tumescence and flaccidness. Jogen Chowdhury has been widely acknowledged to be, the master of the unbroken line. Like Léger, Chowdhury has been stirred by the linear Kalighat pat tradition, but his lines are emotive and used to express and suggest the character of a person. This is done by, distorting the form without breaking the line and in the world of young, contemporary art; distortion has been Jogen Chowdhury’s most significant impact. Perhaps, because of this, a common observation of his work is that his “people” are caricatures. The person feels familiar to the viewer but it is far more individualised – the face is imaginary but the psyche or characteristics are real. The power and beauty of his technique and line is this play between the known and unknown. In Jogen Chowdhury’s work, the figure is always in the foreground, it is primary, it conveys everything. He uses colour to give volume to his figures and the fluidity of his lines bring a sensual aspect to his forms. About the Artist and his work : Born : Born 1939 in Daharpara Village, Faridpur, Bangladesh. Jogen Chowdhury is an eminent Indian painter and considered an important painter of 21st century India. Family Background : His father Pramatnath Chowdhury was a Brahmin zamindar. Both his parents took interest in art, Jogen Chowdhury’s father Pramatnath Chowdhury painted several mythological scenes from the village theatres and also sculpted various Hindu icons. Whereas his mother was an expert in Alpana drawings. 1939-47 Jogen Chowdhury lived in a village atmosphere. And after partition in 1948, the whole family shifted. Till 1951 the whole family stayed at the police department quarter of his uncle, where on the walls Jogen Chowdhury painted his first painting, 1962 Jogen Chowdhury was employed as Designer in the Handloom Board. Education : 1955-60: Studied at the Government College of Art and Crafts, Kolkata. 1965 : He went to paris to study in Ecole des Beaux Arts, in William Hayter’s Atelier 17. Professional Experience : 1968-72 : He worked as an Art-Designer, Madras Handloom Board, Madras. 1970 : A collection of his poems were published, titled ‘Hridoy Train Beje Othey’. 1987 : Joined Kala Bhavan , Santiniketan as a professor of painting. Selected Exhibitions : 1972, 1975 & 1978 respectively : I, III, IV Triennales at New Delhi. 1979: The Sao Paolo Biennale. 1980: The exhibitions at the Fukuoka Museum, Japan. 1982: The Royal Academy, London. 1982: The Hirschhorn Museum, Washington D.C. 1986: The II Havana Biennale. 1989: ‘Festival of India’, in Geneva. 2002: Saffron art...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel, Mixed Media

Untitled, Design, Ink on Paper by Modern Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Untitled - 12 x 16 inches (unframed size) Ink on Paper, 2022 Signed in Bengali Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had developed his individual style after his return from Paris. His most famous paintings are in ink, watercolor and pastel. He has painted in oil medium as well. In Chowdhury’s more recent works the sensory experiences of cloth, bolsters, sofas and the human body are cross-projected to produce an uncanny world of tran-substantiated tumescence and flaccidness. Jogen Chowdhury has been widely acknowledged to be, the master of the unbroken line. Like Léger, Chowdhury has been stirred by the linear Kalighat pat tradition, but his lines are emotive and used to express and suggest the character of a person. This is done by, distorting the form without breaking the line and in the world of young, contemporary art; distortion has been Jogen Chowdhury’s most significant impact. Perhaps, because of this, a common observation of his work is that his “people” are caricatures. The person feels familiar to the viewer but it is far more individualised – the face is imaginary but the psyche or characteristics are real. The power and beauty of his technique and line is this play between the known and unknown. In Jogen Chowdhury’s work, the figure is always in the foreground, it is primary, it conveys everything. He uses colour to give volume to his figures and the fluidity of his lines bring a sensual aspect to his forms. About the Artist and his work : Born : Born 1939 in Daharpara Village, Faridpur, Bangladesh. Jogen Chowdhury is an eminent Indian painter and considered an important painter of 21st century India. Family Background : His father Pramatnath Chowdhury was a Brahmin zamindar. Both his parents took interest in art, Jogen Chowdhury’s father Pramatnath Chowdhury painted several mythological scenes from the village theatres and also sculpted various Hindu icons. Whereas his mother was an expert in Alpana drawings. 1939-47 Jogen Chowdhury lived in a village atmosphere. And after partition in 1948, the whole family shifted. Till 1951 the whole family stayed at the police department quarter of his uncle, where on the walls Jogen Chowdhury painted his first painting, 1962 Jogen Chowdhury was employed as Designer in the Handloom Board. Education : 1955-60: Studied at the Government College of Art and Crafts, Kolkata. 1965 : He went to paris to study in Ecole des Beaux Arts, in William Hayter’s Atelier 17. Professional Experience : 1968-72 : He worked as an Art-Designer, Madras Handloom Board, Madras. 1970 : A collection of his poems were published, titled ‘Hridoy Train Beje Othey’. 1987 : Joined Kala Bhavan , Santiniketan as a professor of painting. Selected Exhibitions : 1972, 1975 & 1978 respectively : I, III, IV Triennales at New Delhi. 1979: The Sao Paolo Biennale. 1980: The exhibitions at the Fukuoka Museum, Japan. 1982: The Royal Academy, London. 1982: The Hirschhorn Museum, Washington D.C. 1986: The II Havana Biennale. 1989: ‘Festival of India’, in Geneva. 2002: Saffron...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Ink, Pen, Permanent Marker, Paper

Untitled, Mixed Media on Paper by Modern Indian Artist Jogen Chowdhury"In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Untitled - 16.7 x 12 Inches (unframed) Mixed Media on Paper , 2006 In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Bakasur is a Rakshasa (demon) killed by Bhima. The demon lived ...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Mixed Media, Paper, Pastel

Face, Black & White Ink & Pastel on Paper by Modern Indian Artist "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Untitled - 10.8 x 8.5 inches (unframed size) Ink & Pastel on Paper, 2021 Signed in Bengali ( All in door delivered ; framed and ready to hang ) Style : He has im...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel, Ink

Face, Mixed Media on Paper by Modern Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Face Coloured Dry Pastel Charcoal , Wash on Paper 11.6 x 8.2 inches ( Unframed ) 2021 Signed in Bengali ( All in door delivered ; framed and ready to hang ) Style ...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Pastel, Mixed Media, Charcoal

Face, Black & White Ink & Pastel on Paper by Modern Indian Artist "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Untitled - 7.5 x 5.5 inches (unframed size) Ink & Pastel on Paper, 2013 Signed in Bengali ( All in Door Delivered framed and ready to hang ) Style : He has immen...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Ink, Paper, Pastel

Untitled, Pen & Ink on Paper by Modern Artist “In Stock”
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury : Untitled Pen & Ink on Paper ; 7 x 9 inches ; 1983 Signed by the Artist. Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury ha...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Ink, Pen

Untitled, Pen & Ink on Paper by Modern Indian Artist "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Untitled - 7.7 x 5.7 inches (unframed size) Pen & Ink on Paper Envelope, 2015 Signed in Bengali Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Pen, Ink, Paper

Untitled, Pastel & Ink on Paper by Modern Indian Artist “In Stock”
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury : Untitled Pastel & Ink on Paper ; 11 x 8 inches ; 2007 Signed by the Artist. ( Framed and delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel, Ink

Lady, Figurative, Pen & Ink on Paper by Modern Artist "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury : Lady Pen & Ink on Paper ; 16 x 12 inches ; 2009 Signed by the Artist. Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury had ...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Ink, Pen

Untitled, Ink & Brush on Paper by Modern Indian Artist “In Stock”
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury : Untitled Ink & Brush on Paper ; 8 x 11 inches ; 2019 (unframed) Signed by the Artist. Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Joge...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Ink, Paper

Untitled, Figurative, Pastel on Paper by Modern Artist "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury : Untitled Pastel on Envelop ; 7 x 5 inches ; 2016 Signed by the Artist. Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jogen Chowdhury ha...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Paper, Pastel

Shora, Drawing, Teracotta, Black & Whitecolors by Indian Master Artist"In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Untitled - 12 diameter Teracotta. Signed in bengali. Always a powerful artist, Chowdhury developed his individual style after his return from France in the late '...
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Early 2000s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Terracotta

Shora, Teracotta, Round shaped, Black & White by Modern Indian Artist "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Untitled - 12 diameter Teracotta. Signed in bengali. Always a powerful artist, Chowdhury developed his individual style after his return from France in the late '...
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Early 2000s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Terracotta

Flower Vase, Still Life, Bronze Plate, Green by Artist of 21st Century"In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Flower Vase - 12 x 12 Inches Bronze Sculpture (This unique work will be shipped in wooden Box) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists ...
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Early 2000s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Bronze

Bakasur-VII, Ink, Brush, Pastel, Pink, Yellow, Black by Indian Artist "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Bakasur-VII - 29 x 21 Inches (unframed without mount) Black Ink with Brush & Colour Pastel Inclusive of shipment in roll form. In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Bak...
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Early 2000s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Pastel, Ink, Paper, Mixed Media

Bakasur, Mythology, Ink, Brush & Pastel Painting, Blue, Black, Pink "In Stock"
By Jogen Chowdhury
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury - Bakasur - 21 x 29 Inches (unframed without mount) Black Ink with Brush & Coloured Pastel Inclusive of shipment in roll form. In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Bakas...
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2010s Modern Jogen Chowdhury Art

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Brass

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Find a wide variety of authentic Jogen Chowdhury art available for sale on 1stDibs. You can also browse by medium to find art by Jogen Chowdhury in paper, crayon, pastel and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 21st century and contemporary and is mostly associated with the modern style. Not every interior allows for large Jogen Chowdhury art, so small editions measuring 4 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Suhas Roy, Amitabh Sengupta, and Prokash Karmakar. Jogen Chowdhury art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $919 and tops out at $13,600, while the average work can sell for $2,557.

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