Jagdish Dey

Jagdish Dey’s early paintings were transformed landscapes, based on his flights of fancy. It showed in a surrealistic fashion, cloud like forms ethereally suspended in air. The whole situation was like a dream, where the real and unreal coexist. His present phase is one which gradually shifted from these Dreamflowers to figurative representations sometimes in the last eighties. He have painted man and woman in a variety of moods. Another constant feature in his works is the peacock. It is seen in the company of female figures, and acts as the means of communication, between the figures.Born, 1942, at Bangladesh; Graduated from School of Art, Delhi polytechnic in 1963, Faculty member, College of Art, New Delhi from 1965-2002; Awarded AIFACS Awards in 1969,1982, Sahitya Kala Parishad’s Award in 1981,82,89, Senior fellowship awarded by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, overnment of India in 1998, National Academy Award by Lalit Kala Academy,2000; Exhibited at Triveni Kala Sangam in 1966,1979,1981, Dhoomimal Gallery in 1990,92,94,2001, Taj Art Gallery, Mumbai in 1985,92,94,96,98, Sanskriti Art Gallery, Kolkata 1993, Jehangir Art gallery, 

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