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Lalu Prasad Shaw

BORN
1937 Suri, West Bengal

 

EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS
1954-59 Diploma in Painting (Western), Government College of Arts and Crafts, Calcutta

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2017 Babu and Bibi, Gallery 7, Mumbai
2011-12 Looking Inward, Galerie 88, Calcutta
2011 Elegant Silence, Art Musings, Mumbai
2008 The Unlimited-Minded Artist, Sanskriti Gallery, Kolkata
2007 Sepia Notes, Art Musings, Mumbai
1995 Painting, Center for International Modern Art (CIMA), Calcutta
1990 Graphic Art, Center for Contemporary Art, New Delhi
1990 Graphic Art, Seagull Foundation for the Arts, Calcutta
1987 Painting, Dhoomimal Art Centre, New Delhi
1985 Painting, Dhoomimal Art Centre, New Delhi
1984 Graphic Art, Heritage Art Gallery, New Delhi
1980 Graphic, Udipi, Bangalore
1976 Graphic, Sarla Art Gallery, Chennai
1967 Gallery of Paintings, Arts and Prints, Calcutta
1965 Gallery of Painting, Art and Industry, Calcutta.

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2009 Mark of Masters -2, Art and Soul, Mumbai
2009 Continuous Modern, Galerie 88, Calcutta
2008 Stories, reflections and constructions, ITC Windsor, Bangalore
2007 High on Art, Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
2007 An Evening in Paris Rome London, Sanskriti Gallery, Calcutta
2007 Stories, reflections and constructions, Galerie 88, Calcutta
2007 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
2007 Bengal Chromosome, Artists' Circle, Kolkata
2007 Linear configuration, art, and soul, New Delhi
2007 Suncrome 3, Akar Prakar, Kolkata
2007 Red Earth and the Pouring Rain, organized by Red Earth Gallery at LANXESS ABS Gallery, Baroda
2007 Society of Contemporary Artists, Kolkata
2007 Sensuality, Galleria, New Delhi
2007 Engraving and Printing, Art and Deal, New Delhi
2007 17th Anniversary Group Exhibition, Ganesha Gallery, New Delhi
2006 The Indian Art Show 2006, Arushi Art, New Delhi
2006 Tradition in Modernity, Center for International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata
2006 The Tempera Show, Akar Prakar, Kolkata
2006 Sanskriti Gallery, Kolkata
2006 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
2006 The new space, Dubai
2005 Face to Face, Center for International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata
2005 Sunchrome Exhibition, Kolkata Paper Market, Kolkata
2005 Gallery, Bombay
2005 Art and Soul, New Delhi
2004 Call of the Real, organized by Gallery Sanskriti in Colombo
2002 Perspecta, Gallery 88, London
2002 Transsection, Gallery 88, London
2000 Contemporary Woman by Modern Indian Artist, Hong Kong
1977 Exhibition of graphic art from Asian countries, Volkshochschule, Leverkusen, Germany
1973 Dhaka, Chittagong, Bangladesh
1971 Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Prints, Poland
1971 Contemporary Indian Prints - Kolkata organized by USIS Smithsonian in New Delhi
1971 Prints from Asia, USA
1971 India Alike, Texas
1971 Group 8, New Delhi
1971 Expo -70, Traveling exhibition, Japan
1970 Society of Contemporary Artists, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi

 

PARTICIPATIONS
2013-14 Transition, 20th anniversary exhibition, Center for International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata
2011 Manifestations V, Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi
2010 Contemporary Printmaking in India, presented by Priyasri Art Gallery, Mumbai at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, Priyasri Art Gallery, Mumbai
2010 Summer Show 2010, Center for International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata
2010 Manifestations IV, Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi
2007-08 From the Everyday to Imagined Modern Indian Art, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore and Museum of Art, Seoul National University, Seoul
1996 Indian miniature painting, Hong Kong
1986 II Biennial, Havana
1985 Indian Today Print, Helsinki, Finland
1985 Indian Today Print, Bonn, Germany
1985 Indian graphic at the India Fair, USA
1984 Second Asian Art Biennale, Bangladesh
1982 Indian Graphics Exhibition, Havana, Cuba
1980 3rd World Biennial of Graphic Art, London
1980 3rd World Biennial of Graphic Art, Baghdad
1974 Second Norwegian Print Biennale, Norway
1974 Fourth International Exhibition of Original Drawing, Rijeka, Yugoslavia
1976 International Exhibition, Berlin
1974 International Exhibition of Graphic Art, Prechem
1973 First International Prize of Biella, Italy
1973 Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Prints, Germany
1973 10th Ljubijna Biennale, Yugoslavia
1971 VII Paris Biennale, Paris
1971 Second British Biennale, London
1956 World Youth Festival Art Exhibition, Prague
2016 Two Faces of Bengali Modernism GANESH PYNE and LALU PRASAD SHAW, New Delhi

 

HONORS AND AWARD
1981 All India Drawing and Graphics Exhibition, Chandigarh
1978 Graphic Art and Drawing Award, India
1976 Birla Academy of Graphic Arts Award, India
1971 National Award for Graphic Art, India
1959 Lalit Kala Academy of Graphic Arts Award from West Bengal, India

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Lalu Prasad Shaw was born in Suri, West Bengal in 1937, and completed his fine arts education at the Government College of Arts and Crafts, Calcutta

 

Widely known for his highly stylized portraits of Bengali women and couples, Lalu Prasad Shaw's works place greater emphasis on the physical characteristics of his subjects. By perfectly capturing the expressions of his subjects with the greatest economy of line and color, each of Shaw's paintings has an intimate feel

 

Influenced by the pre-independence Company School of Art, the traditional Kalighat Pat and the Ajanta cave paintings, Shaw's works, executed mainly in gouache or tempera, like his own person, are simple and elegant, with a very calm tone , well composed and smooth exteriors. This veteran artist is mainly inspired by nature and the environment surrounding the large Bengali middle class and often depicts pleasant and calm scenes from his own life on his canvases and papers. His style is unique and modern in its adaptation of academic and traditional Indian formats

 

Although he would describe himself as a painter, Shaw took a liking to printmaking when he was 32 and mastered the graphic arts genre shortly after previously working with intaglios and lithographs, making a name for himself as a printmaker comparable to the great fame he already had. had. . as a painter

 

Shaw has exhibited extensively in India and abroad since 1956, and his works have been part of prestigious international exhibitions such as the second British Biennale in London in 1970, two Norwegian Print Biennales in 1974 and 1978, the seventh Paris Biennale in 1971 and the Second Asian Art Biennale organized by Bangladesh in 1984

 

A particularly notable aspect of Shaw's paintings is their simple yet sophisticated appearance. There is a perfect synthesis of different stylistic elements to achieve a phenomenal effect. His work is part of the permanent collections of various institutions such as the Birla Academy in Calcutta and the Art Forum in Singapore

 

Lalu Prasad Shaw lives and works in Calcutta, where his son Partha has also established himself as a young artist.

 

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