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Subhranil Das

Kolkata, India 4 Followers

About Artist

The youngest artist on Mojarto, Subhranil has a unique vision of his life. His artworks reflect Van Gogh like concentric circles, but these lines are entirely his own creation. Hailing from Bengal, young Subranil f...

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The youngest artist on Mojarto, Subhranil has a unique vision of his life. His artworks reflect Van Gogh like concentric circles, but these lines are entirely his own creation.

Hailing from Bengal, young Subranil finds art as a method of representing what he sees but cannot always make others understand verbally. He feels he stands separated from the material and the spiritual world, and can tell the divide. In his artworks he tries to express just that. The garb of what seems to be the reality for others, and the world as he sees it.
Convinced that he will someday become a monk, Subhranil has taken to the canvas to express his vision, far ahead than his years. His family recalls, how as a young boy of barely 8 or 9 years, he would be more comfortable in communicating by reciting lines by the poet Rabindranath Tagore than speaking simple childlike language. His artworks too speak a language that reflects his higher intellect.

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  • About Artist

    The youngest artist on Mojarto, Subhranil has a unique vision of his life. His artworks reflect Van Gogh like concentric circles, but these lines are entirely his own creation.

    Hailing from Bengal, young Subranil finds art as a method of representing what he sees but cannot always make others understand verbally. He feels he stands separated from the material and the spiritual world, and can tell the divide. In his artworks he tries to express just that. The garb of what seems to be the reality for others, and the world as he sees it.
    Convinced that he will someday become a monk, Subhranil has taken to the canvas to express his vision, far ahead than his years. His family recalls, how as a young boy of barely 8 or 9 years, he would be more comfortable in communicating by reciting lines by the poet Rabindranath Tagore than speaking simple childlike language. His artworks too speak a language that reflects his higher intellect.

    Subhranil Das : Art - First Form Of Writing

    A boy who couldn't write till 7, picked up a crayon to express his feelings on paper. He has taken art as a medium to exhibit his sentiments. His works are simple and untitled for us to add our interpretation to it.

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