Amar Singha was born and brought up in a baronial family of north Bengal. In his childhood, he got colored pencils, crayons, and drawing sheets to avoid his loneliness. That childish game is now dressed as a meaningful craft of his life. After obtaining his graduate degree, he got a chance to admit to the art college of Calcutta. In the final year of Art College, his father expired. He paused painting for a certain time and Finally, he got back again to his normal life and started painting again. Presently, he is residing in an urban area and continuing painting in his studio. Having a long journey in the world of painting, his style has been running with several changes to reach out to the destination that can speak about his inner-vision profoundly. Based on the structural perspective, his painting followed synthetic cubism. Later it becomes standard in the Indian approach. Rather than passing in the Indian two-dimensional trend, the tenderness of light and shadow brings his thoughts back to life. The use of the lines shows the eternal idea of the Indian drawing, which he owns as required. From the grammatical perspective, his painting followed the Indian custom and in the framework of the ritualized Indian grammar, he configured the western ideas. The flows of two different Ideas came into the key-point, which help him plan his composition. The masterpieces of the ancestor Indian artists inspire him to move forward.
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