An important work by the Indian artist Jogen Chowdhury will highlight Roseberys first specialist auction of Indian Art in London on Monday 29 June. Considered to be one of the most important Indian artists of the 21st century, his ink on paper work entitled ”Gandhiji” depicts the political leader Mahatma Gandhi and is one of the most sought after contemporary pieces by this exceptional artist. Born in Bangladesh in 1939, Chowdhury and his family moved to Calcutta at the time of the partition of Bengal. It was here that he studied Fine Art, graduating with a degree from the Government College of Arts and Crafts. He went on to study at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, on a scholarship from the French government, and subsequently worked at Atelier 17, the studio of British artist Stanley William Hayter, before returning to India in 1967. A large number of his

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