A young artist from India changed the way color prints were made in the 1950s, revolutionizing graphic art and printmaking while working at a studio in Paris. Andhra Pradesh (born Krishna Reddy), now 86, presents an exhibition of his artworks in Delhi for the first time. A retrospective of Reddy's works right from his early art training at Santiniketan to his later works in Paris, London and New York ran for two months.
Pub Date: 1985
Publisher: Bronx Museum of the Arts, The
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