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 Kattingeri Krishna Hebbar  (1911 - 1996)

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Kattingeri Krishna Hebbar was born in 1911 in Karnataka and received his diploma from the Sir J J School of Art in 1938. He taught art at the School from 1940 to 1945. While being influenced by the academic style taught at the School, Hebbar felt a strong urge to paint in a genre which drew from traditional Indian art. A visit to Europe in 1949 exposed him to some of the best works in western art and he finally settled down to study at the Academy Julian in Paris.
The definitive form begins to take shape in Hebbar's work on his return from Europe. An adroit draughtsman, his studies like Mahim Darga won him the National Award in 1956 to be followed by awards in the annual exhibitions of the in 1957 and 1958. Hebbar had also received the Gold Medal of the Bombay Art Society in 1947. He was Chairman of the Lalit Kala Akademi in 1980 and President of the Bombay Art Society in 1990. The Padamshri was awarded to the veteran artist in 1961 and the Padma Bhushan in 1989. He died at the age of 85 in 1996.
Among several important shows both in India and abroad, Hebbar participated in international exhibitions like the Venice Biennale, the Sao Paulo Biennale and the Tokyo Biennale. His concern with the human condition made him focus on themes like poverty, hunger and the destruction wrought by war and the nuclear explosion. At the same time he was acutely sensitive to music and dance and once having learnt the dance form Kathak had made many paintings in brilliant hues of dancers and performers. He will be best remembered for his eminently human paintings which draw from Indian colors and forms.

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