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"Exhibition - Paresh Maity's Journeys"
Mar 2011

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This month, Galerie Belvedere is featuring the works of celebrated eminent Indian artist, Paresh Maity who has participated in over 45 solo and group exhibitions including India, London, Germany and Paris. His mega installation art was featured at Art Stage Singapore, January 2011.
He first started out painting in watercolour and gradually moved to painting oil on canvas. Most of his oil and acrylic paintings are outstanding because of the use of bold, bright colours.
Maity graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Calcutta and a Master of Fine Arts (Painting) (1992), University of Delhi. He has won many prestigious awards, including awards from the Royal Watercolour Society London, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, and the Academy of Fine Arts Kolkata.
Paresh Maity belongs to the Bengal School of Indian art and comes from a family of prominent painters, including Sakti Burman. His art is in many collections including the British Museum and the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi.
The longest painting in India painted by Maity in 2010 stretches over 800 feet and is prominently featured in the New Delhi International Airport.
For enquiries on the artists' works, please contact us at Galerie Belvedere, 168 Robinson Road, #36-01 Capital Tower Singapore 068912. Opening Hours: 9.30am to 6 pm daily. Call 6423 1233 or email us at art@galerie-belvedere.com for further information.
Title: Attraction, 2010
Artist: Paresh Maity
Size: 80 x 80 cm
Medium: Watercolour on Paper