Dinkar Kaushik

Dinkar Kowshik was an Indian painter.wikipedia
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Kala Bhavana

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As principal of Kala Bhavana at Santiniketan, he reshaped it for contemporary art practices.
Subsequently, as principal of Kala Bhavana, Dinkar Kaushik reshaped it for contemporary art practices.

Nandalal Bose

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Subsequently, there developed in the art arena of Santikietan the three pillars of ideas – Nandalal Bose, Benode Behari Mukherjee and Ramkinkar Baij.
Some of his students were Benode Behari Mukherjee, Ramkinkar Baij, Beohar Rammanohar Sinha, K. G. Subramanyan, A. Ramachandran, Henry Dharmasena, Pratima Thakur, Ramananda Bandopadhyay, Sovon Som, Jahar Dasgupta, Sabita Thakur, Menaja Swagnesh, Yash Bombbut, Satyajit Ray, Dinkar Kaushik, Amritlal Vegad, Gauranga Charan and Kondapalli Seshagiri Rao.

Somnath Hore

Somenath Hore
Amongst the other prominent names associated with the art arena at Santiniketan in the post-independence era are K.G. Subramanyan and Somnath Hore.
At the behest of Dinkar Kaushik, Hore came to Santiniketan to head the Graphics and Printmaking Department.

Shantiniketan

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As principal of Kala Bhavana at Santiniketan, he reshaped it for contemporary art practices.

Quit India Movement

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Born in Dharawad, now in Karnataka, in 1918, he was involved in the Quit India Movement during his student days and had been arrested several times.

Delhi Technological University

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He started his working life at Delhi Polytechnic and went to become principal of Lucknow College of Arts and Crafts.

Lucknow College of Arts and Crafts

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He started his working life at Delhi Polytechnic and went to become principal of Lucknow College of Arts and Crafts.

Rabindranath Tagore

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At Santiniketan, the ideas of Rabindranath Tagore on art and teaching continued for a long time as a monumental model.

Benode Behari Mukherjee

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Subsequently, there developed in the art arena of Santikietan the three pillars of ideas – Nandalal Bose, Benode Behari Mukherjee and Ramkinkar Baij.

Ramkinkar Baij

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Subsequently, there developed in the art arena of Santikietan the three pillars of ideas – Nandalal Bose, Benode Behari Mukherjee and Ramkinkar Baij.

Bengal School of Art

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In the post-independence period, the revivalist idiom of the Bengal School of Art was discarded and a new momentum was visible in the works of many artists.

K. G. Subramanyan

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Amongst the other prominent names associated with the art arena at Santiniketan in the post-independence era are K.G. Subramanyan and Somnath Hore.

Sarbari Roy Choudhury

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He invited sculptor Sarbari Roy Choudhury, Ajit Chakraborty, graphic artist Somnath Hore and painters Sanat Kar and Lalu Prasad Shaw to join Kala Bhavana as teachers.

Dharwad

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Born in Dharawad, now in Karnataka, in 1918, he was involved in the Quit India Movement during his student days and had been arrested several times.