Sarada Charan Ukil
13.5 x 7.7 in. / 34.3 x 19.6 cm.
Graphite on paper
Sarada Charan Ukil was among the first generation of practitioners of the Bengal School style of art; he had studied at Calcutta’s Government Art School under the founder of the Bengal School style—Abanindranath Tagore. He shifted to New Delhi in 1918 and continued to create works in that style, an example of which is the Untitled work in consideration here. The Ajanta-style facial features of the characters, their thin-long limbs and fingers and a dreamy quality of the composition, as evident in this work, are all hallmarks of Bengal School.
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