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About Basuki Dasgupta

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Basuki Dasgupta grew up in Bishnupur, a small town in West Bengal, known for its 18th-century terracotta temples. The earthy feel, textures and patterns found in these temples are mirrored in his rough-hewn and highly textured murals-on-canvas. The Bengali artist, who now lives and works in Tumkur, transforms the traditional decorative motifs of Indian temple architecture into dynamic and abstract shapes and forms. A master of the genre of contemporary folk art, Basuki Dasgupta's figurative and non-figurative works, steeped in saturated colours, symbolism and mythology, make poignant statements about the divide between rustic and modern, and the divine and human.

Basuki Dasgupta White Strokes on Yellow, 2018

£2,400.00
H 36 cm x W 36 cm x D 6.35 cm
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About Basuki Dasgupta

About the artwork

Basuki Dasgupta grew up in Bishnupur, a small town in West Bengal, known for its 18th-century terracotta temples. The earthy feel, textures and patterns found in these temples are mirrored in his rough-hewn and highly textured murals-on-canvas. The Bengali artist, who now lives and works in Tumkur, transforms the traditional decorative motifs of Indian temple architecture into dynamic and abstract shapes and forms. A master of the genre of contemporary folk art, Basuki Dasgupta's figurative and non-figurative works, steeped in saturated colours, symbolism and mythology, make poignant statements about the divide between rustic and modern, and the divine and human.

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