New artwork uploaded. Please check image details page for permissions regarding digital downloads, purchasing options or renting this piece.... Within a muted monochrome scheme as in this set of three charcoals , one can appreciate Prasenjit’s simplicity of concept & depth of execution. He's created a sense of mystique, which is provocative and classy. The essence is suave and sassy.
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I tested this with a sample image. It worked without any trouble. Could you kindly send the file you are trying to upload to firstname.lastname@example.org ? May be some file format issue. We will look into it.
Thanks--I reloaded one image in higher resolution, after I had uploaded some others. Now I cannot figure out how to delete the first two low res images(?) On a second note, the copyright info appears in a bad spot on a couple of my images. I'm sure this is a boilerplate thing, but I recommend lowering this mark as it would be common to have important content in this particular spot. Thanks!
Thank you too! Smallest side of image should be > 400 px. In terms of file size in bytes, an image file size should not be more than 50MB. However since higher resolution digital files allow larger print sizes, artists and photographers are advised to upload the highest resolution images they have. For good digital prints, smallest side of image should be > 1500 px.
Born in 1964, Prasenjit graduated from Rabindra Bharti University. He has participated in several exhibitions & art camps & won many awards.
Prasenjit skillfully paints chiselled figures of men, women & children against pock- marked walls, which are not only a textural backdrop, but they have their own story to tell. In canvases infused with pathos, Prasenjit uses soft pastel shades of grayish blue, pale green or a haunting beige to convey his feeling for the subject, which is realistic & intense. Within a muted monochrome scheme , one can appreciate Prasenjit’s simplicity of concept & depth of execution.