Jogen Chowdhury

Born: 1939

Education/Training: Completes graduation from the Government College of Arts and Craft, Kolkata

Exhibitions: 1963: Drawings and Paintings, Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata
1965: Drawings and Paintings, Bangla Sanskriti Sammelan, Kolkata
1966: Oil paintings, Galerie de Haut Pave, Paris
1968: Drawings and Paintings, Alliance Francaise de Madras, Chennai
1970: Ink and Mixed Media Works on Paper, Sarala Art Centre, Chennai
1972: Ink and Mixed Media Works on Paper, AIFACS Gallery, New Delhi, inaugurated by Shri V V Giri, President of India.
1976: Ink and Pastel Works on Paper, Embassy of India, Paris
1977: Ink and Pastel Works on Paper, Chanakya Art Gallery, New Delhi
1981: Ink and Pastel Works on Paper, Dhoornimal Art Gallery, New Delhi
1981: Ink and Pastel Works on Paper, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
1982: Watercolour Paintings, Bithi Art Centre, Baroda
1983: Watercolour Paintings, Contemporary Art Gallery, Ahmedabad
1988: Ink and Pastel Works on Paper, Sista’s Art Gallery by Kala Yatra, Bangalore
1990: Drawings, Sarala Art Centre, Chennai
1992: Drawings with Ink and Pastel on Paper, Nandan, Kala Bhavan, Santiniketan
1993 : Ink Brush Drawings on Poems by Namita Chowdhury, Little Gallery, Kolkata
1994: One Hundred Drawings, Seagull Art Foundation, Sukh Sagar, Kolkata
1994: Drawings, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi
1994-95: Drawings, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
1996: Drawings and Paintings, CIMA Gallery, Kolkata
1996: Drawings and Paintings, Glenbarra Art Museum, Japan
1996: Drawings, Gallarie Foundation for Indian Artists, Amsterdam
1997: Drawings with Pastel on Paper, Gallerie Foundation for Indian Artists, Art Fair, Amsterdam
1998: Coloured Drawings with Pastel Paper, Foundation for Indian Artists, Amsterdam
1998: Drawings and Paintings with Ink and Pastel, Gallerie, Mohnjeet, Paris
1999: Paintings with Ink and Pastel on Paper, Fine Art Resource, Berlin
2001: Coloured Drawings with Ink and Pastel, Gajah Gallery, Singapore
2002: Drawings and Paintings with Ink and Pastel on Paper, Bose- Pacia Modern, New York
2006: One Man Show, CIMA Gallery, Kolkata 2007
2007: Abahaman-Flowing Life, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi

About:

Jogen Chowdhury (born 16 February 1939) is an eminent Indian painter and considered an important painter of 21st century India. He lives and works in Santiniketan. He graduated from the Government College of Art & Craft, Kolkata and subsequently at École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris in 1967. 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, water colour and pastel. He has painted in oil medium as well.

Paintings of Jogen Chowdhury

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