Sudip Roy (Bengali: সুদীপ রায়)(Born 1960) is an Indian artist, pursuing arts in the Government College of Art & Craft, Kolkata. Works of Sudip Roy includes pencil sketches and water colours, charcoals and a heady series of landscape curtains in limped lineage drawing. Roy more than the years mastered the art of watercolor and moved from landscapes to studies of architectural facades and connection of people in historic temples and monuments. He moved to the capital city of Delhi in the mid 1990s.
His subjects remained architectural and figurative for most ration of his life, until he shifted to moody momentousness. He started work large abstracted works which reflected times of the day.
Voluminous sweeps of colour, drawing concurrently upon still perceptions, with a lighthearted hand and the melodious design of colour’s vapid vacuous tonality, these works are, as if, Sudip’s encounter with history of realism, abandoning and reconciling into the magic of Abstract Expressionism.
His proceed of art overlaps maximal instincts as with ease expressionist paintings. He discards an insistent flatness in favour of three-dimensionality, turning from the canvas to a series of densely coloured fragments delineated by mighty contours.
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