Rameshwar Broota is active/lives in India. Rameshwar Broota is known for painting.
As a young painter in the 1970s, Rameshwar Broota's work forcefully expressed his anguish at the suffering he saw all around him and his indignation at society's greed and corruption—notably through colorful and humorous depictions of anthropomorphized gorillas representing the "pillars of society": police officers, military generals and the judiciary, depicted in compromising situations.
Broota's imagery shifted in the 1980s from his ironic "Gorilla Man" to the "Primordial Man," symbolizing the universal substance of the human being. Since then, his work has continued to evolve, his more recent paintings dealing in crisp combinations of the abstract and figurative. Here the body reigns supreme, reduced toChristie's Mumbai ... Displaying 767 of 6032 characters.