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Nitai Das

New Delhi, India 7 Followers

About Artist

Nitai’s paintings are spontaneous and consistent. In each of his paintings there is a lively movement. They reflect a unity in diversity, hence not monotonous but harmonious. The various figure forms, style, colour co...

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Nitai’s paintings are spontaneous and consistent. In each of his paintings there is a lively movement. They reflect a unity in diversity, hence not monotonous but harmonious. The various figure forms, style, colour combination etc., is his own chemistry. They are free from academics. As an artist his basic aim is a create a bridge between our spiritual past, rich cultural heritage on the one side and the modern day materialistic world on the other side, and through this link he likes the viewers to focus on the unknown future. In short he says that Philosophy is called “view of life” and Religion is described as a “way of life - an art of living”. Through his creations Nitai attempts a wedding of these two aspects of life as perfectly as possible. For this, Nitai adopts; various folk art concepts of different region and country and uses them at ease in his own style with figure drawings, colour combinations, sometimes simple pencil sketch etc., without disturbing the essential nature or the fundamental aspects of the various folk styles he adopts.

Nitai adopts a unique style in his paintings and sculptural work. They are essentially multi-dimensional; hence most of his paintings are “untitled”. He urges the viewers to think. His art reflects folk themes with contemporary styles. He very sweetly punches mythological themes and various gods and deities in his paintings in the midst of progressive dilemma in the age of modern scientific discoveries. Put together all these, he is a thinking man and urges others to think along his thinking web. The colour combination used by him though very bright but produces a radiation of sublimity, peace and calmness fully justifying the inner essence of his thoughts.

Like various rivers with their different names and forms having their distinct inherent properties and textures flow through the numerous mountainous routes and through the plains to finally merge into the ocean to become ONE - the oceanic beauty, so too all the folk-arts in their respective themes and styles merges in Nitai’s style of paintings and sculptural work - a Nitai Beauty.


The colour scheme is the backbone of any painting. Application of colour with figure drawing indicates the quality and expertise of an Artist, Nitai says. To the extent the viewers are able to feel, follow and appreciate the artist’s inner voice, to that extent the painting and the painter is successful. From this point of view Nitai Das is a successful artist.

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  • About Artist

    Nitai’s paintings are spontaneous and consistent. In each of his paintings there is a lively movement. They reflect a unity in diversity, hence not monotonous but harmonious. The various figure forms, style, colour combination etc., is his own chemistry. They are free from academics. As an artist his basic aim is a create a bridge between our spiritual past, rich cultural heritage on the one side and the modern day materialistic world on the other side, and through this link he likes the viewers to focus on the unknown future. In short he says that Philosophy is called “view of life” and Religion is described as a “way of life - an art of living”. Through his creations Nitai attempts a wedding of these two aspects of life as perfectly as possible. For this, Nitai adopts; various folk art concepts of different region and country and uses them at ease in his own style with figure drawings, colour combinations, sometimes simple pencil sketch etc., without disturbing the essential nature or the fundamental aspects of the various folk styles he adopts.

    Nitai adopts a unique style in his paintings and sculptural work. They are essentially multi-dimensional; hence most of his paintings are “untitled”. He urges the viewers to think. His art reflects folk themes with contemporary styles. He very sweetly punches mythological themes and various gods and deities in his paintings in the midst of progressive dilemma in the age of modern scientific discoveries. Put together all these, he is a thinking man and urges others to think along his thinking web. The colour combination used by him though very bright but produces a radiation of sublimity, peace and calmness fully justifying the inner essence of his thoughts.

    Like various rivers with their different names and forms having their distinct inherent properties and textures flow through the numerous mountainous routes and through the plains to finally merge into the ocean to become ONE - the oceanic beauty, so too all the folk-arts in their respective themes and styles merges in Nitai’s style of paintings and sculptural work - a Nitai Beauty.


    The colour scheme is the backbone of any painting. Application of colour with figure drawing indicates the quality and expertise of an Artist, Nitai says. To the extent the viewers are able to feel, follow and appreciate the artist’s inner voice, to that extent the painting and the painter is successful. From this point of view Nitai Das is a successful artist.

  • Academics

    Nitai Das is a Graduate from Visva Bharati University, Shantiniketan

  • Exhibitions

    Exhibition
    2020 Kalamela Lalit kala academy New Delhi (March)
    2019 India Art Festival New Delhi
    2019 Jahar kala Kendra Jaypur
    2019 Shilpakala Accademy Bangladesh
    2019 India Art Festival Mumbai
    2018 Lalitkala Academy Lacknow
    2018 India Art Festival Mumbai
    2018 ChitraKala Parishod Hyadrabad
    2018 Lalit Kala Academy New Delhi
    2017 Durbar Hall Art Gallery Kerela
    2017 India Art Festival Mumbai
    2016 Academy of Fine Arts kolkata
    2016 Museum of Fine Arts Boston New York
    2016 Jaipur Art Gallery Rajastan
    2016 India Art Festival New Delhi
    2015 India Art Festival Mumbai
    2015 Nepal Art Gallery (Art Festival)
    2014Jahangir Art Gallery Mumbai
    2014 nehru Center Mumbai

    2013 All india fine arts and crafts society New Delhi
    2012 State art gallery Hyderabad
    2011 Lalit Kala Bhawan New Delhi
    2011 Museum Gallery Mumbai
    2010 Doordarshan Bhawan New Delhi
    2010 Academy of fine Arts Kolkata
    2009 Nehru Centre (Sponsored by Govt. of Tripura) Tripura
    2009 Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai (Sponsored by Country Club India Ltd.) Mumbai
    2008 FH Aachen, Fachhochschule, Ginsterweg 1, Juelich 52428 Aachen Germany
    2007 All India FIne Art & Craft Society New Delhi (Sponsored by - Pranashanti, Agartala
    2006 Rabindra Bhawan Agartala
    2005 Shilpakala Academy Dhaka
    2004 Academy of fine Arts Kolkata(Sponsored by - Akrati Gallery, Indore)
    2003 Devlalikar Kala Vithika Indore (Sponsored by - LIC, India)
    2002 Artist Centre Mumbai(Sponsored by - Manaswi Monthly Magazine, Indore)
    1993 F.T.I.I Pune
    1991 Academy of fine Arts Kalabhavan ShantiniketanGroup Show(1993-2008)
    Academy of Fine Art Kolkata
    Pao Art Gallery Hong Kong
    Sista Art Gallery Bangalore
    Nehru Centre London
    Artist Centre Mumbai
    Camps: (1991 - 2008)
    National Painting Workshop Mount abu
    National Painting Workshop Hotel Janpath, New Delhi
    North East Art Festival Mumbai
    Artist Centre Shillong
    All India Art Camp Khairagarh
    Senior Artist Camp Bangalore
    Queen Victoria Memorial Art Camp Darjeeling
    National Workshop Lalit Kala Akademi, Bhubaneswar.

  • Award & Recognition

    Award & Recognition
    Not only that, his paintings and sculptural work finds place in Art Galleries in various countries like Japan, Bangladesh, Germany, Nepal etc. He is also recipient India Art Festival Award And many prestigious awards for his creations from eminent Cultural Bodies in India and abroad.





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