People have always been enamored of MF Hussain’s paintings.Badrinath Arya has done amazing experiments in his Wash paintings.
Lucknow: Two great painters are being remembered, both artists are famous for their own creation process. These two painters were one Maqbool Fida Hussain and the other Wash painter Badri Nath Arya. The only difference is that one is being remembered on his birthday ( Maqbool Fida Hussain ), the other on his death anniversary ( Badri Nath Arya).
On this occasion Bhupendra Asthana mentioned that these two artists were remembered by Saprem Sansthan and digital sketch of BN Arya and pencil sketch of MF Hussain by Nirankar Rastogi, sketch by Ashwani Prajapati, Faujdar Kumar in watercolor and sketch by Siddharth Dev young artists. drew their portraits and offered their condolences and tributes.
Asthana said that even though famous artist Maqbool Fida Hussain (17 September 1915 – 9 June 2011) passed away from this world, it is 11 years. But it never feels like Hussain is no more with us. His artistic influence, his personality, his paintings still make him feel like he is very much alive. Artists never die, they always live through their art. Hussain has been a role model in the field of art. I used to collect a lot of news and pictures related to him in the newspapers. I still have it today. There was a great desire to meet him which could not be fulfilled. But meeting and talking to his art equally happens even today. Hussain’s paintings have a different identity. People will always be in love with him.
M.F. Hussain was born on 17 September 1915 in Pandharpur, Maharashtra and became a famous artist in the 1940s. In 1947 he joined The Progressive Artists Group, founded by Francis Newton Souza. The group consisted of young artists who wanted to break with the nationalist traditions established by the Bengal School of Art and to encourage Indians at the international level. M.F. Hussain has certainly been one of the most admired painters of the world and managed to make India a distinct identity on the world map in the field of art and painting. Hussain was also honored with ‘Padma Shri’ (1955), ‘Padma Bhushan’ (1973), ‘Padma Vibhushan’ (1991).
Hussein’s first solo exhibition was exhibited in Zurich and over the next few years his paintings became very popular in Europe and America. The Government of India honored Hussain with the prestigious Padma Shri in 1955 and Forbes magazine named M.F. Husain has been called “Picasso of India”. Apart from being a painter, Hussain was also a film producer. He has also produced several acclaimed films such as “Meenakshi: A Tale of Three Cities” and Through the Ice of a Painter, which won him the Golden Bear Award at the Berlin Film Festival. made. Despite being expensive and elite in the society, Husain’s paintings, sketches and works of art were in great demand.
What sets Hussain apart from the progressive artists of his time is his deeply rooted ‘Indianness’ and a celebration of Indian life and the people. Concurrently with other painters, his work incorporates European art from Byzantium and beyond. At that time, Hussain was taking inspiration from temple architecture (Mathura and Khajuraho), Pahari miniature style and Indian folk art. Special Contribution He has brought alive the subtle aspects mentioned in the texts like Ramayana, Gita, Mahabharata etc. through his paintings. India’s most famous modern painter M.F. Hussain died on Thursday, 9 June 2011 in London. He was 95 years old.
In this episode, the famous Wash painter Badri Nath Arya (1936 – 2013), who lived in the state and abroad, was also remembered by painting on his 9th death anniversary. WASH technology may have reached Lucknow after Kolkata via Japan and all the artists from Ajanta to Ajanta worked in WASH mode, but Badrinath Arya did a wonderful experiment in his paintings and due to this experiment, today all over the world. are going to go. The greatest Vash painter ‘Badri Nath Arya’ passed away on 17 September 2013. Today is his 9th death anniversary. Shri Arya was born in Peshawar in 1936. In 1951, he took admission in Arts and Crafts College, Lucknow to get art education and after his studies he became a teacher there. Badri Nath Arya was the Principal of Arts and Crafts College, Lucknow from 1994 to 1996 and continued to work at his residence Ravindrapalli, Lucknow, on Faizabad Road. He has received awards and honors from many art institutes and art academies in the country and abroad including Lalit Kala Akademi Fellowship (Kala Ratna) and National Award. He has a long list of disciples who are spreading the fragrance of Lucknow wash all over the world. The collection of his paintings is also safe with the institutions of the country and abroad and with many art lovers.