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Figurative Painting - Abdul And His Poems by Ayan  Ghoshal

Abdul And His Poems is a painting by Ayan Ghoshal which was uploaded on May 26th, 2012.

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Beautiful painting behind a beautiful history. I love your gallery and style!

Beautiful hommage to an unknown poet !

Unique and creative,v

Fantastic work, Ayan! :)))

Thoughtful work. I like it very much. A small wild flower growing by the road gets no appreciation, but this does not diminish its beauty.

Thank you so much - Arjun.

This is a wonderful portrait and tells an entire life story in a few lines. It reminds us not only of this individual's plight but also that most artists and even art appreciators lead difficult lives. A lot of people don't understand their interest. I also knew an old munshi in Delhi the 1970s who used to teach me Hindi - but he was really a fan of Urdu poetry as he came from Old Lahore before partition days. Although a Hindu, he was fond of quoting Faiz, Iqbal, Firaq, Ghalib. His sons made fun of him. He was a lower division clerk in the railways and he could only afford a bus, not a scooter. He tramped around Delhi, weary in the heat, trying to earn a few extra pennies. He wasn't an artist himself but an appreciator. But he had got respect because the cultured Lahore of his boyhood days were long gone and after Partition, like so many, he lost his home and came to Delhi. In Delhi, though an old cultured community remained, it was severely challenged by changes, and immigrants from West Punjab could not integrate into this closed community. As a kid i had no understanding whatsoever of all this and was thoroughly bored when he would break off from Hindi and suddenly quote lines from Ghalib or Iqbal ad lib. Little boys understand nothing! v/f

Hi Yulonda - thanks very much.

Ellen and Shankhadeep - thank you very much !

i love your art and the way you see life through Art.. In a certain way you are my big brother ...My deep respect and love for you..

Ayan da... tomar subject gulo amr bhison bhalo lage.. jader kotha tumi bolo tomar chobir moddhe die tara kothay thake, ki khay, karai ba tader bondhu (adou ki tader bondhu hoy?) se khobor keu rakhe na... khobor to ponno akhon bajardore ... i love your art and your way of seeing life trough art.. My deep respect .. you are my big brother...

This is beautiful and such a wonderful tribute!

Ayan my friend, So nice to see you climb to the top. thank you

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Len - thank you very much my friend . I am fond of your creations - you know that.

So much emotion in this! Awesome work. I agree with your description also.

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Thanks Ginger....how are u ?

I really adore this painting!!!!! Bravo Ayan!!!

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Hi Kat - thanks a ton.

Great creative work Ayan ......the portal with the relief is in Ireland - Chris.

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Thanks Chris.

what a wonderful dedication Ayan, here is to all the unsong Abdul's of this world! vote/fav!

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Dean thank you my friend.

wow takes your breath away love the imagery and lovely tones and colour an awesome image Ayan fave

I cannot tell you how much I love this painting!..... v/f

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Branko and Lenore - thank you for your support !

themes that you see and what you are talking about the picture is proof of how is big your heart ... I'm very happy and I glad to meet you looking at your pictures .....v&f

Great portrait and great tribute to all unnoticed creative people!

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Thanks very much.

Thank you my friend - I shall definitely try . [ Though not very sure how it will be in translated form. ]

Deeply felt portrait, Ayan...... Can you write in description a poem of Abdul ? I'd love to read it.

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