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December 14, 2012


Filed under: akbar padamsee — Tags: — admin @ 3:22 pm

Well, to know me is to know when I get on a topic that I love I keep going with it!  I really have fallen under the spell if Indian artists and quite interested in

collecting some of them.  Their use of color and the freedom of abstraction, looks so un-forced and so not deliberate as I have seen in so many abstract artists work. 

Akbar Padamsee’s  innovative career as a painter, printmaker, photographer, teacher and theoretician spans six decades.  

He was born in Mumbai in 1928.  Like many post-colonial Indian artists, he emigrated to Paris in 1952 to study Western modernist masters.  

Padamsee considers his work neither abstract nor representational.  Rather, he focuses on nature and the elements in an artistic pursuit of philosphical intent.

His paintings give you this snese of an imediate perceptual experience that cause him to be one of the highest valued Indian aritsts at auction.


Enjoy and have a great day!

Love, Jamie

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