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Indian Express Article - "Artist Ramachandran sees nature as intrinsic to human existence"

 One of the leading figures in the contemporary Indian art scene, A Ramachandran, 80, is known primarily for his massive mural-like oil paintings. His rich body of work — spanning five decades — includes sculptures, water colours, ink and colour drawings, miniature paintings, illustrations for children’s books, stamps, ceramics and writings. Ramachandran’s solo show “Eklinji Fantasy”, which will open at Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, on November 12, will have almost 1,500 drawings spanning his entire artistic career, and his recent oil paintings and sculptures. In conversation with his former student, artist and photographer Manisha Gera Baswani, Ramachandran talks about his childhood in Kerala and his journey to being an artist.

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