House With Legs & Other Paintings: Santanu Mitra

santanu mitraSantanu Mitra has obtained Bachelor of Visual Arts and Master Degree in Printmaking from Government college of Art  & Craft, Kolkata. His work has been exhibited in several Art Galleries since 1991 including Academy of Fine Arts, Oriental Art Society, Birla Academy of Art & Culture, Kolkata, Jehangir Art Gallery-Mumbai, Rashtriyo Lalit Kala Akademi, Mirage Gallery of Arts-Delhi, Cymroza Art Gallery-Mumbai, Art Workshop camp 2006 Exhibition by ‘Indian National Forum Of Art And Culture, Kolkata and in several other workshops. He has been awarded Atul Bose award for best water color in Annual Exhibition of Academy of Fine Arts in 1991, Best watercolor award in Indian Society of Oriental Art in 1992, and Merit award in Annual Exhibition of Govt. College of Art& Craft in 1990, 91 & 92.


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