Whirlpool BY Krishna Reddy

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  • March 21, 2020
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Whirlpool (Krishna Reddy): –
[Krishna Reddy (born 15 july 1925): Krishna Reddy is a famous and expressive painter
painter painter. He was born in Chittoor (Andhra Pradesh) in 1925. He, after taking a diploma in
Fine Arts of Vishva-Bharti University, Shantiniketan, received education at Slades School,
London and Academy Grande, Paris. Afterwards, he was appointed professor of art in New
York and director of the print department at New York University. He is skilled at
printable print. He has used various exterior plates, for his particular Etching process
and Intaglio, to print shapes. His famous works of art are – Pastorale, Water,
Whirpool, Wava and Reflection. The beauty of his works of art found him
honored by Padma Bhushan by the Government of India.]
Krishna Reddy’s ‘Starpool’ is a popular documentary that has received a claim
all over. Unlike his ‘water lilies’ he uses it in an intaglio fashion on paper. He is a pioneer
a printmaker of our time and offers a study of design that was his own
a key contribution to the field of modern printmaking. Intaglio process is
sculpture, an image made especially of hard objects. It is a printing process
from the engraved design.
‘Whirlpool’ is a graphic, graphic visual form, from the line
of energy that transfers and returns to normal.
This whirlpool is the creation of a picture of the turmoil from all
sides and collisions together to form a whirlpool and return to space. Krishna Reddy has
successfully capturing the rotating motion, a new technique was discovered
print known as print viscosity. It is a multidisciplinary print system managed
by displaying the paint or ink used in the drawing. The drawing provides a picture
frothy tumultuous waves converge in the center from all directions. The painter has it
use different shades of green and green to enhance the printer texture you provide
a special light.

Image by Rudy and Peter Skitterians from Pixabay


Children (Somnath Hore): –
[Somnath Hore (1921-2006): Somnath Hore was born in Chittagong, (now owned
Bangladesh). He was a self-disciplined, skilled man in modern India. In the works of his art
see the graphic depiction of crimes associated with the personality and the circumstances produced by
to them, and suffering occurred during the Bengal’s Terrible Famine 1943, Indo-Pak War
1975.Somnath, by his will-power, has found it especially in the Chinese painting of wood,
Linocut, multi-colored wood inserts and Itaglio sculpting techniques. He served as
professor at Govt. College of Art and Dworkmanship, Calcutta (Kolkata)
department of Graphic Arts at Delhi Polytechnic, Delhi. Later, he served as judge of the judges
with an M.S. University, Barode and kala Bhawan, Shantiniketan
the pain he felt throughout his life. His most famous works are the birth of Rose,
Dream, Sorrowing Girl, Refugee, Unclad Beggar Family, and children

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