M.F. HUSAIN · S.H. RAZA · AKBAR PADAMSEE · PRABHAKAR BARWE · LAXMAN SHRESTHA · MANU PAREKH · MANJIT BAWA · NAVJOT ALTAF · ATUL DODIYA
footnote (added by The IDEA)
"Though I've been traditional in my life as well as in my artistic expression, I am open to the changes of our times. Like most Indians, I am part ancient and part very modem. We are great assimilators of inputs and ideas, not to speak of foreign invasions and cultures. If I had in any way felt that my particular vision, or that the geometry, colour, form, tone and space values that I have built up over 50 years of intensive work, were in any way being compromised by the computer, I would have rejected the experience outright.
On the contrary it helped crystalize my conceptions, and opened up new dimensions of expressiveness that would not have been possible ordinarily."
1922: Born in Babaria, Madhya Pradesh.
1946-48: J.J. School oF Art, Bombay.
1950-53: Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts, Paris.
1956: Prix de la Critique, Paris.
1962: Visiting Lecturer, Art Department, University of California, Berkely, U.S.A.
1981: Padma Shree, Government of India.
Lives and works in Paris since 1950.