Vastness of Nature
Vastness Of Nature
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Price: INR 300000
Year: 1984
Size: 19x28 Inch
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Edition: LRE

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Gobardhan Ash (b. 1970), a renowned impressionist painter from India, has earned a significant reputation for his exceptional work in the field. His artistic abilities were discovered at the tender age of 10, and he pursued his passion by enrolling in the Fine Arts at the Government College of Art in Calcutta in 1926-1930 and later in Madras in 1932. Ash's work has been widely acclaimed for its exquisite craftsmanship, and he is considered one of the best artists in India. His dedication to his craft is evident from his pursuit of artistic education in two prestigious institutions, which undoubtedly contributed to his growth as an artist. The artist in question dedicated himself tirelessly to showcasing the horrors of the Bengal Famine, as evidenced by his 1943 Famine Series. He was known for his adept use of various mediums such as gouache, pastel, and watercolor, which he used until he died in 1996. Throughout his career, he was featured in numerous solo and group shows in India, cementing his status as a prominent figure in the art world. Ash's modern art combines reverie, expressionism, hypnotic music, neon-esque adoration, and naturalism. Ash believes that the true essence of Modern Art lies in its ability to capture the cultural zeitgeist through the depiction of abstract expressionism on canvas. This free-spirited quality of Modern Art represents progress and the trend of modernism.