KG Subramanyan, The Man of Art No More With Us!

KG Subramanyan modern art in India

The Padma Vibhushan recipient  acclaimed as reformer of modern art in India, KG Subramanyan has left for the heavenly abode today in Baroda. Hailing from Kerala an aspiring economist from Chennai, who actively participated in Mahatma Gandhi’s Quit India movement Subramanyan Sir was always inclined towards art and creativity. He was a versatile practitioner, who not only painted but was also involved in Pottery, toy making and sculpting techniques.

His paintings are still renowned for its wit, ironies, satire and critical social commentaries. KG Subramanyam Sir’s strokes will always be remembered and missed by whole world especially by his students at MS University. A tribute from Creative Yatra to the holy artistic soul!

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