Jamini Roy on the BBC

Today Jamini Roy is the subject of a documentary on BBC Radio 4, titled Bengal to Baker Street in 80 PaintingsNirmalya Kumar’s affinity with the work of Jamini Roy is discussed during the program, and various paintings from his extensive collection are mentioned in relation the evolution of the artist’s styleThe program also discusses the history and influences of the artist and his position in Indian art history.  

Other contributors include Partha Mitter, Emeritus Professor of Art History, University of Sussex; Sona Datta, Curator of Indian and South Asian Art at the Essex Peabody Museum; Richard Blurton, curator of South Asian Art at the British Museum and the artist Sir Howard Hodgkin.

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About Charles Moore Fine Arts

Charles Moore Fine Arts was established in 2011 and provides bespoke art consultancy within the fields of Islamic and Indian Art. Occasionally some works of art featured on our blog will be available to purchase. If you would like more information or images of any specific piece please get in touch with us. Tel: 44(0)20 8743 6805 // 44(0)7752 395 934 Email: charles@cmfinearts.com
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2 Responses to Jamini Roy on the BBC

  1. I wish to use this image for a haiku on my blog, Could you please let me know the image source and attributions needed to be given?

    • Hello,
      I’ve just picked up your message. Do you mean the black and white Jamini Roy? That was owned by the gallery, so would be ‘Courtesy CM Fine Arts’.

      Hope this helps. Do send me the link when you get the chance (charles@cmfinearts.com)
      Best, Charles

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