The Connoisseur Diversity Series , August

The Connoisseur brings to you the first series of the exclusive fixed-price 3D art exhibition, featuring 25 exceptional works by contemporary artists that includes the masters. The theme chosen for this series is ‘diversity’ which is inspired by one of the world’s most diverse countries - India. This display doesn't focus on a particular style or subject but rather you will experience a blend of abstract, figurative, surrealism, portrait etc.

 

It is an invite-only display for the first two days of the 3D art exhibition. It will be on a first-come, first-served basis, and payments can be made online just by credit cards, debit cards or through internet banking. Post two days the exhibition will be made accessible for all.

Date: August , Online

Information:

 

  • Delivery of artworks will begin after the end of the exhibition.

  • Prices include everything (Painting cost, taxes, insurance). No additional surprises during checkout and you pay what you see. (Only for India based orders*)

  • 25 exclusive artworks on display from new & established artist.

  • Artwork prices between Rs 50,000 to 6 lakhs

  • Free Shipping on all artworks anywhere in India

  • Certificate of authenticity accompanies with each artwork

  • International customers will have to first get in touch and then we will block the particular artwork for you.

Meet The Eminent Artist

Lalu Prasad Shaw

Lalu prasad shaw is India's most admired & distinguished artist. Lalu belongs to the generation of Indian artists which emerged in the sixties in the post-war socio-cultural and political background and which had firm moorings in the native soil. Lalu became a member of the Society of Contemporary Artists in 1967. He has exhibited extensively in India and abroad since 1956.

Awards:

  • West Bengal State Lalit Kala Academy Award, 1959

  • National Award in Graphic Art, India, 1971

  • Birla Academy Award, Kolkata, 1975-1978

  • Award for Graphic Art and Drawing, 1978

  • All India Graphic and Drawing Exhibition, Chandigarh, 1981

Jogen Chowdhury

Jogen Chowdhury is an eminent Indian painter and considered an important painter of 21st century India. He was educated in Kolkata (Government College of Art & Craft) and Paris (École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts) as a student of Painting and went on to became one of the pillars of modern Indian art. Jogen Chowdhury has received major prestigious awards - way back in1966, Chowdhury was awarded the Prix le France de la Jeune Peinture in Pari – the first-ever Indian artist to have received this award. In 1986 he received Award In the 2nd Biennale of Havana, Cuba and he is also the recipient of Kalidas Sanman award by Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, 2001, to name a few.

T. Vaikuntam

Thota Vaikuntam (born 1942) is an established Indian painter. His paintings capture the simple lifestyle of villagers like the paddy fields, toddy pots on shoulders of men, the household chores, temple rituals etc. Vaikuntam’s work captivates your eye with its bright colours. His strokes are strong, controlled and angular that gives his work a contemporary feel even though the subjects are very traditional. He only likes using primary colours, which he feels gives depth and are essentially Indian. Thota Vaikuntam paintings have a sense of strength, a power that flows from the charcoal or paint he uses. He has won many awards, the most important being the National Award for Painting received in 1993, and the Biennale Award from Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal in 1988-89.

Dominic Rubio

Born in 1970, Dominic Rubio is a contemporary artist from the Philippines. He completed his studies at the University of Santo Tomas College of Fine Arts majoring on Commercial Arts. Upon graduation, he worked briefly as an artist in a large multi-national advertising agency in the country and later lived and worked in an upscale resort in the south of the archipelago as an in-house artist. He is a founding member of the Guevarra and Blumentritt Group of artists as well as the Paete Artist Group, named after his hometown Paete, a Lakeshore town famous for its woodcarving tradition. He draws inspirations from the rich indigenous culture of the Philippine tribes, the flora and fauna and the long colonial history of the country

Siddharth Shingade

Siddharth Shajirao Shingade’s paintings have a stylized quality to them. The artist creates a personal language, populating his surfaces with tall figures that appear to be wrapped in history, with a million stories to tell. He uses mixed media and acrylic on canvas to impart textures and details to his work. From depicting the scenes of the village highlighted in deep reds, earthy browns, pistachio greens to painting in monochromes--a mastery over his method and message.His choice of palette resonates the intimate relationship he shares with his homeland, Marathwada in India.


Education:

  • 2007-08 Diploma in Art Education (Dip.A.Ed) Sir J J School of Art, Mumbai

  • 2006 Diploma in Painting, L S Raheja School of Art, Mumbai

  • 1999-2000 Art Teacher Diploma (ATD), Latur, Maharashtra

 

Naina Mathani

Naina Maithani Kulkarni’s artistic journey began when she started promoting and managing an up-market art space in New Delhi, India. A tête-à-tête with a local Vietnamese artist – Tran Viet Son, on the banks of the Thu Bon River in Hoi An, Vietnam inspired her further to became a self-taught artist.She interprets the aspects of the world around her on canvas, using an abstract, visceral, visual language. Her art is often influenced by places that have left an indelible mark on her.

K.Vishwanathan

K.Vishwanathan is a renowed artist from new Delhi whose work has been featured in various exhibitons and events.His art is inspired from the stories of  southern India.

Education:

  • Bachelor of fine arts in painting - 1984

  • Master of fine arts in painting -1985 (Govt College of Arts & Crafts,Chennai)

Exhibitions:

  • 92nd Annual All India Art Exhibition,new Delhi'19

  • International Kala Mela'18

  • Contemporary painting Mahatma Gnadhi Biography-2015
    etc.

Arnab Basu

Arnab Basu is a professional artist who works from Kolkata. His artworks are influenced by European surrealism to primitive tribal art. His work touches upon contemporary Indian context to pristine African art. His artworks generally represent the 'abstract figurism' dimensions.
The figures in his art, to some extent, are structured and heavy and have an original approach of detailing on their body. The motifs inscribed are primarily degenerated and then fused together in a fluid harmony, producing a rich texture which is remarkably individualistic on its own.

Sudip Das

Sudip Das artworks express concepts through mythological, historical, and current events - where the past, present and future meet, and are inspired by one another. His work has been represented at many exhibitions worlwide.

Education

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting) - 2008 from Bengal Fine Arts College.

 

  • Rajya Charukala Parshad Art Appreciate Course - 2003

*Organised in collaboration with  Shailesh Sheth ( Collector  &  founder Art Gallery )*

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