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My work is a journey from the known to the unknown and back. It talks about the ordinary human life and yet it rises above the everyday emotions and moves into the unknown, the unseen, the Divine.”
- Partha Bhattacharje

“I believe in a very simple philosophy of life. If I am honest and true to my art, I will reach the divine. This is the only form of prayer.”
- Partha Bhattacharjee


Early Years

Partha Bhattacharjee was born in a town, Chandannagore, the former French colony of India in 1958. Youngest of five kids, Partha, belonged to a very middle-class family. His father was an Accounts Clerk in the Titagargh Paper Mill and mother a housewife with a passion for singing. Partha had a simple and guileless childhood with his cousins and friends.

It was in his teens that he felt immense passion towards art and painting. He noticed the sketches of his school friend and was drawn towards it. During this phase he met Jyoti Prakash Mallick, mentor, guide and one of the key forces that helped him transition to Fine Arts.

Art College Days

It was quite a bit of struggle when he decided to pursue Fine Arts in college. His family had a hard time accepting his decision but finally they relented. The Government College of Art Craft, one of the oldest art colleges in India was a complete revelation. He started to learn the intricacies of portraiture, still life, landscape, and aesthetics.

It is in this College that Partha trained under stalwarts like Bikash Bhattacharjee, Lalu Prasad Shaw, Ganesh Haloi, and Isha Mohammad. He also met one of his biggest influence in life- Professor Ashesh Mitra. Professor Mitra guided him towards aestheticism and its relevance in art.

Despite acute financial crisis, Partha labored towards knowing all aspects of art with the support of Professor Ashesh Mitra.

Partha admired the dramatic illumination of Rembrandt, the simplicity of Amedeo Modigliani and Rabindranath Tagore. He was deeply moved by Lust for Life, a biographical novel on Vincent Van Gogh. Kathamrita by Sri Sri Ramkrishnaa influenced and changed his perspective towards life.

The Struggle
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After passing out from Art College, Partha devoted his entire life to art under the tutelage of Ashesh Mitra. To aid his art works, Partha had worked as a tuition teacher, a railway porter, and painted garages.

In the early 80’s, along with a colleague, Partha wanted to venture into Film Publicity. But an encounter with the legendary Satyajit Ray, the Indian film director put him back in art.

Partha joined as an art teacher in DPS, Angul, Orissa and later Kendriya Vidyalaya, Dhanbad. He continued painting under the guidance of Ashesh Mitra. He became a member of the renowned Reflection group of Calcutta in the 1980s. His first exhibition as part of the reflection group was in 1988.

It was during this time, Partha started receiving commissioned works. His work included copies of Renaissance painters like Rembrandt, Renoir, Vermeer, Titian. The commissioned works financed his personal series as a painter.

Recurrent Themes
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During his years in DPS and Kendriya Vidyalaya, Partha depicted his internal grief, suffering, and yearning in his paintings. His paintings had a recurrent theme of mofussil life, struggles, and hankerings of his family.

The women of his family are part of a larger philosophy that is evident in his paintings. A firm believer of the ancient life force that is essentially female, Partha felt pained and grief stricken when he saw the plight of women during his time. This led to his Debi (Goddess) series that he had created multiple times in his career as an artist. The recurrent motif of his work was the goddess in a human form and settings− rural and urban struggling to make ends meet. But in all her struggles you could see a glimpse of her divinity.

Partha’s Devi Series showed how the human life is driven by the ancient force, yet clouded by ego, anger, and other base emotions.

Work Philosophy

Partha worked with oil for more than 35 years. It was in the 1990s he decided to experiment with different mediums. His knowledge of Renaissance paintings helped in experimenting with Trompe-l’œil, a technique of using realistic images to create optical illusions. This technique of creating an illusion is evident in his later series.

Art for Partha has been the only form of prayer and reaching the divine. In his words he says: “I believe in a very simple philosophy of life. If I am honest and true to my art, I will reach the divine. This is the only form of prayer.”

Partha wants to paint till his last breath.

owards the end of the decade, the artist worked rigorously on experimenting with the rural art form. At the present time, his Rural Scenes Series is evolving towards a more ornate form. Along with the rural settings and folk-art forms, the artist is also inspired by the ornate decorations of deities at the temples and household.

Above all, his folk-art form is a culmination of his experiences in the remotest parts of the country. His travels to remote villages in and around Shantiniketan, Rampurhat, Tarapith, Sundarban in Bengal to Raghurajpur in Orissa and Ajanta in Aurangabad, had given him a distinct flavor of the Indian rural life and folk art form. As a result, the various folk-art forms of Madhubani, Warli, Gond, Bengal Patachitra come together and blend in a unique Indian form.

Partha continues to work on this unique brand of Indian folk art form.

2020 - Present | Partha started working on the below artwork series
Companion Series
Rural Series
Migrant Worker Series
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Innovation, Demurral,
and Communiqué
Towards the 2010s, the artist felt his work has been heavily influenced by the European school of art and realism. Therefore, he consciously moved towards the making of illusions and worked on the form to make it more detailed. As can be seen, he used the Indian miniature form and added additional materials in the canvas to add a third dimension. Furthermore, this decade also saw the artist continuing the Devi Series.

In summary, the works in this decade can be categorized as the Jesus Series, Mahakal Series, and Drawings.


1985 – N.A.L.C.O Gallery, Orrisa
1995 – “Tribute to Satyajit Ray”, Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata
1996 – “Recent Work”, Durga Gallery, Mumbai
1997 – “One Man Show”, Nairobi, Kenya Kent (U.K.)
2001 – Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai
2002 – “One Man Show”, Zen Gallery, Bangalore
2002 – “Recent Works”, Indian Art Gallery, Pune
2003 – “Past Present” Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata
2006 – “Beyond the magic truth” Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
2007 – “Recent Work” Grand Hyatt, Dubai (Nitanjali Art Gallery)
2008 – Alliance Francaise De Delhi (Organised by Nitanjali Art Gallery)
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Participation Exhibition
1981 – “Govt. College of Art”, Kolkata
1982 – Mid Summer Annual Exhibition, Academy of FIne Arts, Kolkata
1983 – “Annual exhibition at Academy of Fine Arts”, Kolkata
1983 – Annual Exhibition of Indian Society Of Oriental Art, Kolkata
1983 – “Annual exhibition Birla Academy”, Kolkata
1984 – State Lalit Kala Academy, Kolkata, Bhubaneshwar, and Guwahati
1985 – Birla Academy of Art Culture, Kolkata
1985 – Annual Exhibition of Indian Society Of Oriental Art, Kolkata
1985 – Young contemporary artists of Kolkata, Birla Academy Kolkata
1987 – “Annual exhibition at Academy of Fine Arts”, Kolkata
1987 – Indian Society Of Oriental Art, Kolkata
1988 – Annual exhibition of Govt. Of West Bengal, Kolkata
1988 – Indian Society Of Oriental Art, Kolkata
1989 – Annual exhibition of Birla Academy, Kolkata
1990 – Annual exhibition of Birla Academy, Kolkata
1990 – Annual Exhibition of Indian Society Of Oriental Art, Kolkata
Group Exhibition
1988 – “Reflection Group”, Kolkata
1989 – R.F.I Group, Kolkata
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Participation Exhibition
1991 – Govt. Of West Bengal Sahitya Academy, Kolkata
1991 – Annual exhibition of Birla Academy, Kolkata
1991 – Annual Exhibition of Indian Society Of Oriental Art, Kolkata
1992 – Annual exhibition of “Gallery 88” , Kolkata
1992 – Annual Exhibition of Govt. od West Bengal, Kolkata
1993 – Post Independence Art In India, Birla Academy, Kolkata
1994 – Young Contemporary Artists of Kolkata, Birla Academy, Kolkata
1995 – Govt. Of West Bengal Charukala Kendra , Kolkata
1997 – Contemporary Art of Bengal at Australian Embassy, New Delhi
1997 – Best of Indian contemporary art, SINGAPORE
1997 – “Artist of India in Small Format” by Art Today, New Delhi
1997 – Indian Society Of Oriental Art, Kolkata
1997 – “Tradition Modernity of Bengal “, New Delhi Bangalore
1997 – “Contemporary Art of Bengal” at Oberoi Grand, Kolkata
1997 – “Painting of Bengal” by SPANDAN at Park Hotel, New Delhi
1997 – 50th Independence celebration by Lalit Kala Academy at Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata
1998 – Charity show for Spastic Society by SPANDAN Oberoi Grand
1998 – ‘ART WALK’ at Oberoi Grand by SPANDAN, Kolkata
1998 – Contemporary Art of Bengal, at Taj Bengal by Verandah Gallery
1999 – Charity show for Spastic Society by SPANDAN Oberoi Grand
1999 – All India Annual Exhibition, Birla Academy, Kolkata
1999 – “Tradition Modernity of Bengal” at Lalit Kala Academy, Delhi
1999 – “Painting of the Century”, Birla Academy, Kolkata
1999 – “Small Work Exhibition” Art Today, New Delhi
2000 – Millennium National Exhibition by AIFACs, New Delhi
2000 – Annual Open Air exhibition at Birla Academy, Kolkata
2000 – “Contemporary Art of Bengal” Lalit Kala Academy, Kolkata
2000 – “MAMTA” contemporary Indian painting about Indian Women, Dubai
2000 – “Bengal 2000” Birla Academy, Mumbai
2000 – Contemporary Art of Bengal, SPANDAN Oberoi Grand, Kolkata
2000 – “Introduction” at Oberoi Grand by Birla Academy, Kolkata
2000 – “Art WALK” Aparna Sen in one canvas by SPANDAN, Kolkata
2000 – “Tradition and Modernity in Bengal” Birla Academy, Kolkata, Bangalore Mumbai
Group Exhibition
1997 – “Young Faces” at Birla Academy, Kolkata
1997 – “Contemporary Art in Bengal” Australian Embassy, Delhi
1997 – “Quartet of Bengal” Nehru Centre, Mumbai
1998 – “Three Artists from India” at Bangkok
1998 – “Best of Indian Contemporary Art” Singapore
1999 – “Artist of India”, by Art Today, New Delhi
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Participation Exhibition
2001 – Figurative Trend of Bengal, Birla Academy, Kolkata
2001 – “Art Walk” Auctioned in presence of Governor H.E.V.J. Shah West Bengal, at Oberoi Grand organised by SPANDAN, Kolkata
2001 – Contemporary Artist of Bengal, organised by Patton, Kolkata
2001 – Annual Exhibition, Birla Academy, Kolkata
2001 – All India Exhibition at Swabhumi, organized by Patton, Kolkata
2002 – “Art Walk” and auction by SPANDAN and Oberoi Grand, Kolkata
2002 – Contemporary Art in Bengal, Verandah Gellary and Taj Bengal
2002 – “Indo-Bangladesh” Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata and Dhaka
2002 – Twin exhibition at Jahangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
2002 – 4 Days Exhibition at Oberoi Grand by SPANDAN, Kolkata
2003 – “Essence of Woman” at Oberoi Grand by Spandan, Kolkata
2003 – Art of India at Genesis Art Gallery, Kolkata Delhi
2003 – ‘Inauguration show’ of Gallery Nakshatra, Kolkata
2003 – 5 Days Camp Cum Exhibition at Highland Park by Spandan and Taj Hotel, Kolkata
2004 – Art of India at Genesis Art Gallery, Kolkata Delhi
2004 – Annual exhibition of Birla Academy, Kolkata
2004 – “Palette of Bengal” Birla Academy, New Delhi
2004 – Painting of Eminent Artist, Idea Gallery, Kolkata
2005 – “Essence of Women and tryst with Nature at Oberoi Grand by SPANDAN,Kolkata
2005 – Paintings of eminent artists by Ideas Gallery, Kolkata
2006 – Art of India at Genesis Art Gallery, Kolkata Delhi
2006 – “Mythology of India” KALA FINE ARTS, Texas, U.S.A.
2006 – “Paintings of Bengal Artist”, by Concern India at, Kolkata Bangalore
2006 – “Art of Bengal”, SPANDAN, Pune
2006 – All India show at Museum of Mumbai, by Art World, Mumbai
2006 – “Woman” by Gallery Kaniska, Kolkata
2007 – Exhibition of Painting at Park Hotel, Kolkata
2007 – “Black White show” by Artist Circle, Kolkata New Delhi
2007 – Participated in an Auction at USA, New York
2007 – ‘Bengal Art’, Artist Circle Gallery, New Delhi
2008 – “KHUSHII” at British Embassy in Delhi, Auction conducted by Christy, New Delhi
2008 – Participated in an Auction at USA, Boston
2009 – “Royal Bengal collection” by Habiart Foundation, New Delhi Mumbai
2009 – “Reflection” – An All India exhibition at Habitat Center, New Delhi
2009 – “KHUSHII” at British Embassy in Delhi, auction conducted by Christy, New Delhi
2010 – “Art of Bengal” by Galleri ideas, New York
2010 – “Art of Bengal”, by Spandan Hotel Taj, Kochin
2010 – Contemporary Art of India by Pilgrim, New Delhi
2010 – Collaboration with celebrity , by “KHUSHII” at Gymkhana complex, auction conducted by Christy, Mumbai
Group Exhibition
2001 – Three Man Show, cymroza art gallery, Mumbai
2003 – Honour to Bikash Bhattacharjee, by Birla Academy, Kolkata and New Delhi
2003 – Bengal Tigers, by Prakit Art gallery, Chennai
2003 – Figurative trend of Bengal by Birla Academy, New Delhi
2004 – Art of India, by Prakit Art Gallery, Chennai and New Delhi
2006 – Parallel stream for country’s young artists’ exhibition, by Chitrakoot Art Gallery, Kolkata
2007 – “Three Man Show”, Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata
2009 – Reflection” – An All India exhibition at Habitat Center, by Habi Art Foundation, New Delhi
2009 – Indo-Pak Exhibition, Nitanjali Gallery, Lahore and New Delhi
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Participation Exhibition
2011 – “Art of Bengal”, ITC Sonar Bangla, by SPANDAN, Kolkata
2011 – “Art of Bengal”, Artist Circle Gallery, Singapore
2011 – “Art Loot” by Khushii, Pune
2011 – World Art fare, Dubai
2012 – Four Man Show, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
2012 – “World Art Festival”, Delhi Mumbai
2012 – “World Art Fare”, Dubai
2013 – “National Exhibition of Contemporary Artist” Art World, Mumbai
2013 – International Art Fare, World Art Center, Mumbai
2014 – “World Art Festival”, Delhi Mumbai
2014 – International Art Fare, World Art Center, Mumbai
2015 – “World Art Festival”, Delhi Mumbai
2015 – “Bengal Painters”, Artisan Gallery, Ahmedabad Kolkata
Group Exhibition
2011 – “Art of India” by Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai
2017 – Vishnu Manchu Art Foundation, Hyderabad
2018 – “Bengal Painters”, Artisan Gallery, Ahmedabad
2018 – “Art of Bengal”, by Renaissance Gallery, Pune
2020 – “Online Show”, by AIG Art Gallery, Pune

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