Be the first to post a comment! To write a comment please log in or register.
Abanindranath Tagore was born in 1871 in Calcutta. During the 1880s he studied under Olinto Gilhardi and Charles Palmer. Pursuing his increasing interest in Japanese painting, he trained under Yokoyama Taikan who tutored him on Japanese brushwork. Tagore taught at the Calcutta Government College of Art between 1905-15, In 1907, Tagore established the Indian School of Oriental Art and founded The Bengal School that was responsible in pioneering the Bengal Revivalist movement. He exhibited at the Calcutta Government College of Art exhibition (1900), Indian School of Oriental Art, Calcutta (1908), Crystal Palace, London (1911), the 22nd exhibition of the Societe des Peintres Orientalistes Francais, Grand Palais, Paris travelling to Belgium, The Netherlands & imperial Institute, England (1914), Travelling Exhibition organized by the Indian School of Oriental Art and the American Federation of Art (1924), Athene Gallery, Geneva, Switzerland (1928).
After logging in the following functions will be available:
- Uploading new artworks, artists and museums
- Posting exhibitions, glossary and library entries
- Adding comments, blogging, voting
- Adding new infos to objects
- Recording your game-scores to the Hall of Fame
You can also use TerminArtors Social Connect to log in.