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Tanushree Ghosh
INTRODUCTION

: Annual Exhibition, Govt. College of Art and Craft, In 2003-2009. : Annual Exhibition, Rajva Charukala Parshad, Kolkata, In 2003, 2004, 2006,2009. : Annual Exhibition, Indian Society Oriental Art in 2007. : A Group Exhibition at Academy of FineArts in 2008,2011, 2012,2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017. : An Exhibition of Painting at Karnataka Urda Academy, Bangalore, in 2009. : A Group Exhibition at Chitramayee State Gallery of Fine Arts, Hyderabad, in 2007. : A Solo Exhibition at Taj Bengal, Kolkata in 2010. : A group Exhibition at Birla Academy of Art And Culture, Kolkata, in 2010, 2018. : A group Exhibition at Kala Academy, Goa, in 2013. : A group Exhibition at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore, in 2013. : A group Exhibition at Nehru Centre, Mumbai, in 2013. : A group Exhibition at Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal, in 2014. : A group Exhibition at Jahangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, in 2 . 016. 6. Present Address : A Solo Exhibition at Casalala Art, Mumbai, 2017. 8. Awards Jamini Roy Award from Govt. College of Art and Craft, Kolkata, 2005 -2006 Certificate of Merit from Avantika 4th Regional Exhibition, 2004 Certificate of Merit from Govt College of Art and Craft, : : Kolkata, 2004 Satyendra Nath Banerjee Award from Govt.College of Art And Craft, Kolkata, 2006 -2007 Best Indian style of Painting Award from Academy : of Arts, 2007 : : Certificate of Merit from Rajya CharukalaParshad, 2008 Sunil Das Award (gold medal) from Govt College of and Craft, - 2008 2009

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			 								“My mission in life is to keep the traditional Indian style wash painting alive.

Wash paintings are nearly becoming extinct, and there are not many who wish to learn this rigorous technique that demands a lot of time and effort.

It is a style of art where water is used along with paint – in very small amounts – and the paper has to be dried many times, before another brush stroke can be applied over it.

It involves a lot of labor and patience to recreate the soothing transparent hallowed effect that is typical of wash paintings.

My subjects are always sourced from Indian religion and culture; but the way I tend to draw the forms have a sublime modern quality about them – since my consciousness, carries aspects of both – tradition, as well as modernity.

I sincerely hope that in our times, this traditional Indian style of painting will begin to be appreciated by all, once again.”			 								
			 							
SHIPPING POLICY

Artworks shall be shipped rolled via reputed courier services only, please do not accept the shipment if it appears damaged/tampered with on arrival.

REFUND POLICY

Images are closest representation of actual painting. However there could be minor variations between the image and the actual painting due to media limitation. I do not accept returns. In the rare event of receiving a defective/wrong artwork, please reach out to me with images, and I shall be happy to help.

ADDITIONAL POLICY

All my creations will be shipped in a rolled format

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