3 edition of Murtaja Baseer found in the catalog.
|Statement||[edited by Syed Zillur Rahman].|
|Series||Contemporary art series of Bangladesh ;, 14, Samakālīna Baṃlādeśa śilpakalā sirija ;, 14.|
|Contributions||Rahman, Syed Zillur.|
|LC Classifications||ND1010.8.B353 B372 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||79901741|
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of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh Best Cover Design, National Book Centre, Dhaka Academy Award, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka Prix National, Festival of Paintings. In Conversation with Murtaja Baseer. Murtaja Baseer, My Lady, oil on canvas, x91cm, When I looked for him amongst the piles of books and heaps of canvases, I.
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By banding with other artists of his generation who were exposed to Euro-American modernism, he too ventured into a newer ground and started doing abstraction. Yet he is not merely known as an abstractionist in this. The book holds two personal events in Murtaja Baseer's life.
According to Anisuzzaman, writer Mirajul Islam has penned about the character and artworks of Murtaja Baseer in the book building upon his communications with the artist over a long period of time. Hasnat Abdul Hye said the book has been written from a different angle.
He wrote two more novels -- Mitar Shangey Char Shandha and Amitakkhar. He has a collection of selected works, Murtaja Baseer: Murto O Bimurto. He was a regular contributor to now defunct literary journals like Dilruba, Samakal and Saogat. Baseer's first published poem was Parbe Na.
The poem delved deep into patriotism and socialism. His bedroom itself speaks a lot about the multifarious talents of language movement veteran Murtaja Baseer, one of the most reputed painters of the country, a researcher, prolific writer and a. Murtaja Baseer (born 17 August ) is a Bangladeshi painter.
He is also a poet, short story writer, novelist, researcher, numismatist and filmmaker. He was awarded Ekushey Padak in by the Government of Bangladesh.
Murtaja Baseer: Art of Bangladesh Series 11 Hasnat Abdul Hye, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy,p, photographs, ISBN: X, $ (Includes free airmail shipping) Add to Cart Add to Wishlist Print. Veteran artist Murtaja Baseer turns 86 on Thursday.
On the occasion of celebrating the birthday of eminent artist, cartoonist and language movement activist Murtaja Baseer, Amina Baseer Memorial Trust Fund has organised a lecture on Murtaja Baseer at the auditorium of Asiatic Society of Bangladesh in the capital’s Ramna area.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Tomākei śudhu, Kācera pākhīra gāna, Murtaja Baseer Murtaza Bashir | Open Library. In the letter, he appreciated my works and wrote out my correct name.
Afterwards, I changed my name to ‘Murtaja Baseer’. My father was very displeased with me. When he wrote to me, he addressed me as A.K.M. Bashirullah alias Murtaja Baseer. He hardly used Murtaja Baseer. Fortunately, he always treated me as an artist.
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Murtaja Baseer’s work shows a woman sitting beside a window. The background contains animals, boat and moon and another work by the artist shows geometrical shapes portraying houses in the middle while the top and the bottom portions of the work contains texture comprising black and red colours.Today marks the 88th birthday of the multifarious genius Murtaja Baseer, whose six-decade career takes up a unique place in the modern art history of Bangladesh.
But what makes this prolific artist stand out is his continuous attempt to learn, grow and evolve. The artist still thinks that he could not do what he wanted to do in the realm of art.Murtaja Baseer: I believe the origin of art can be traced back to man's belief in magic.
That was the prehistoric beginning. In that time, man would observe wild animals in order to learn how to tame them. They would draw them on the walls of caves. By doing this they would believe they had cast a spell over the wild beasts, thereby taming them.