Amritsar, July 11
If you want to see the works of Van Gogh, Picasso, Dali or Raja Ravi Varma, the Louvre in Paris or the National Museum in New Delhi is the perfect place.
However, for all the art lovers in town, the Kausa Trust has brought together prints of the famous works of these art legends in a week-long exhibition to mark its 11th anniversary.
The exhibition of prints of some of the renowned works of Picasso, Edgar Degas, Rembrandt, Salvador Dali, Vincent Van Gogh, Raja Ravi Varma, Sobha Singh and many more opened at KT Kala on Saturday.
The exhibition was packed with art students and aspiring artists. “Introducing Monet to a beginner requires a visual understanding of the work, the technique he used despite the limitations of his time. The exhibit is a one-of-a-kind attempt by KT Kala to acquaint art students and art lovers with internationally renowned works of art that have impressed many.
Likewise, the creative legacy of Sobha Singh or Raja Ravi Varma should also be brought to the attention of the younger generation,” said Brajesh Jolly, curator, art critic and director of KT Kala.
The KT Kala also inaugurated an art studio, dedicating it to the artistic fraternity of the city. “It will be a dedicated space for artists and anyone who wants to explore their creative talent can come and use the studio for free,” Jolly said.