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Crimson Art Gallery is located in an old mansion, this gallery will give you a taste of colonial Bangalore.

You’ll feel like you’re walking through a heritage building while admiring the artwork. The gallery showcases some of the most celebrated works of M.F. Hussain and Murali Cheeroth, among others.

But that’s not all! The Hatworks Boulevard, where the gallery is located, also has a boutique, a café, and other stores to keep you entertained. Who knew you could shop and appreciate art at the same time?

Speaking of art, let’s dive deeper into some of the amazing artists featured at the gallery. Adimoolam’s line without color is so strong, it’s like he’s casting a spell on the viewer. His works are full of intricate lines that quickly capture the essence of his subjects. And can we talk about his drawings of Gandhi? They’re so simple, yet so powerful.

Krishen Khanna’s work is also deeply emotive. He portrays the human condition of those he has encountered in his life, especially those affected by partition. His pastels on paper will make you feel like you’re experiencing the emotions of his subjects firsthand.

Dhan Prasad’s colorful and bright compositions of people like fortune tellers, pandits, fakirs, and yogis will make you feel like you’re in the midst of a bustling Indian market. His unique choice of subjects and bright colors make his work stand out from the rest.

Sunil Sarkar’s ‘Bull’ series will have you feeling the force of the animal on the rampage. His use of quick and bold strokes to express the power of the bull is truly impressive. You’ll see why drawing is his forte.

Finally, we have S.G. Vasudev, who has been documenting his artistic journey for five decades. His drawings are a forerunner to his paintings and show his great skill as a draughtsman. His paintings are playful yet deep, transforming his subjects into a deeper understanding of love and life.

So, what are you waiting for? Visit the Crimson Art Gallery for an unforgettable art experience, and don’t forget to stop by the Hatworks Boulevard for some shopping and snacking!

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