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10 Must-know Moderns from the Indian Subcontinent
Art is incomplete without the inclusion of Modern Artists of the Indian sub-continent. The moderns have an interesting way to express all pertaining to the modern plagues and pleasures.
Artsome lists 15 artists that have made global impact with their contributions to the artistic world. 1. Jagdish Chander (1954 to present)
Jagdish Chander’s art is an obsession with the figure which reflects an outlook which places humankind at the center of the universe.

Jagdish Chander's works highlight a statement that he repeats-'My struggle and ambitions have been for aesthetic and artistic integrity rather than personal fame'.

2. Achuthan Kudallur (1945 to present)
One of India's foremost abstract artists, Achuthan, a Kerala born artist, translates the sounds and sights of his native village of Kudallur into calligraphic chromatic strokes. 1.
Absolute colors lead to absolute light”according to Achuthan Kudallur

3. Prabhakar M Kolte (1946 to present)
Prabhakar M Kolte’s work is distinguishable by the presence of one dominant color in the background on which he placed more complex forms.

“Something out of Nothing but Not of Something.” According to Kolte.

3. NS Harsha (1969 to present)
Harsha skillfully portrays people occupied with their daily tasks. His paintings are narrative, and are known for the numerous figures that inhabit them, painted with immense precision and skill.

NS Harsha: Acrylic on linen. Indian Contemporary Art.

4. Mehlli Gobhai (1931 to present)
Gobhai paints in series. Using minimum strokes he represents the body, its form and structure in a simpler manner. His figures are cut down and completely pared of frivolous lines.

Mehlli Gobhai Art

5. C Douglas (1951 to present)
Abstract artist, C Douglas has been associated with a space between decomposition…...

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