Anjolie ela menon paintings

Anjolie Ela Menon - Anjolie Ela Menon Biography, Life History...
AnjolieElaMenon is among India's lending contemporary female artists, who have created a name for themselves in the domestic as well as international art scenario. Her works are a part of significant painting collections across the globe. One of her art works, 'Yatra' was recently picked up by the.

Anjolie Ela Menon - Indian painter -
AnjolieElaMenon, (born July 17, 1940, Burnpur, Bengal [now in West Bengal], India), Indian painter and muralist who was best known for her religious-themed works, portraits, and nudes that incorporated a vibrant colour palette and were rendered in a variety of styles ranging from cubism to techniques.

SPICMACAY- Anjolie Ela Menon - Paintings - Arts (General)
AnjolieElaMenon was born on 17 July 1940, in West Bengal and completed her schooling in Tamil Nadu. By the age of 15, she had already sold a few paintings. Her early canvases exhibited the varied influences of Van Gogh, the Expressionists, Modigilani, Amrita Sher-Gil, and M.F. Hussain.

Anjolie Ela Menon
AnjolieElaMenon (born 1940) is one of India's leading contemporary female artists. Her paintings are in several major collections. Most recently (2006), a major work "Yatra" was acquired by the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, California. Her preferred medium is oil on masonite.

Anjolie Ela Menon at SPEAR Art Museum:::Online gallery of famous...
Give AnjolieElaMenon outstanding oeuvre over the past three decades there is now a widespread interest in it. But it has been difficult to see her development as an artist over the past 35 years because most of her works are in private collections in India and abroad. The full-colour reproductions on this.

Artist Anjolie Ela Menon conferred the Kalidas... - Hindustan Times
Noted artist AnjolieElaMenon, 78 on Saturday received here the National Kalidas Samman for visual arts from the Madhya Pradesh government. The award was conferred in recognition of her insightful and sensitive portrayal of the identity and spirit of women through her meaningful paintings in a.