SIDDHI DAATA

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Size : 33 X 36 in | 83.8 X 91.4 cm
Medium : Acrylic on Canvas
Style : Expressionism
Created in : 2015
Sold by : Artist
Surface : Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
Lot No : MA284065
International shipping : Yes
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Jiaur Rahman Profile
West Bengal, India
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About Artist

Jiaur Rahman imbues his works with a spontaneous energy that is truly magnificent. Whether the young artist is painting a riverside, a countryside, a cityscape, it is for him all images of nature. So along with breathtaking art works of wind-tossed boats at the riverside, there are also rain-washed cityscapes painted with equal dexterity. This skilled watercolourist, captures the inherent mood of the subject, playing with the vital elements of light and shade sensitively and yet boldly, creating a work of art ‘awash’ with spontaneity. Also he makes figurative paintings depicting the tribal and rural culture of Bengal using bright and vibrant acrylic paints. Born in 1979, Rahman earned his Bachelor's degree in Visual Arts from the Government College of Art and Craft, Kolkata, in 2003. Rahman's watercolours are delightful renderings of nature, with the aim of capturing a single moment for eternity. The artist has a close association with rural Bengal, and desires to immortalize the beauty of its fast changing landscape. Not one to be bound to the rural surroundings, Rahman has also captured the cityscape in his works, aiming to portray scenes that are characteristic of Kolkata. Rahman's watercolours are misty, almost rain-washed, and have an endearing quality. He has a unique way of identifying cities with colours; in one of his interviews, Jaipur, he says is pink, Kolkata, grey, and Ahmedabad, yellow.

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The painting 'Siddhi Daata' displays lord Ganesh with his four hands blessing the devotees. Artist makes figurative painting depicting the rural culture of Bengal using bright and vibrant acrylic colours.