Bidding Farewell to S.H Raza

“I have never been a good student. When I was seven years old, my school teacher Nandaji Acharya made me wait after the school time, drew a dot on the black board and asked me to keep looking at it till he returned. He had realised that my mind was wandering and he wanted me to concentrate my energies and thoughts”

S.H Raza

 

Art 1st pays its tribute to the legendary painter S.H Raza , who passed away in New Delhi on Saturday after a prolonged illness, leaving a huge void in the artistic world.
He was a Modernist who, connected the contemporary art of independent India with that of the European ‘modernity’ as early as 1956.

 

May his soul rest in peace……..

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