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Bratin Khan

Bratin Khan

Graduated from Viswa Bharati University, Santiniketan. He participated in Solo and Group shows at the Academy of Fine Arts and Grindlays Bank Art Gallery, Kolkata; Rightlines Art Gallery, Bangalore; Classie Sourie, Mumbai. His paintings are collected by the Sony Electronics, Japan; Sonodyme; and RPG Group India; and other private collections in India, USA, UK, Mauritius, Indonesia and Germany. Received the Best Painting Award from Indian Society of Oriental Art & Culture, 1992.

The influence of the Bengal school is evident in Bratin Khan’s masterful handling of colour and the line . His paintings seem to have the proverbial halo surrounding them. His subjects are relaxed and flow seamlessly within the greater picture of the beautiful world that they dwell in. The artist always draws his figures from the ocean of stories that is Indian mythology, religion and folk lore. His focus on detail and remarkable skill over the line make his style unique.


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