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The Poet Painting - The Poet And His Poems by Ayan  Ghoshal

The Poet And His Poems is a painting by Ayan Ghoshal which was uploaded on April 12th, 2012.

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The poet's poems are a very nicely done work in progress. They're nearly finished. Nice composition and nicely done.

I like the portrait and the vision of the poems being hung out to dry!

Beautiful work Ayan..

Very Nice work!

Hello Suzanne - thank u very much....yes all is well over here ....regards.

Thank you for your comment on my pueblo pastel. I came to your site and looked at your works and landed on this chromatic drawing. It's certainly very sensitive. Remindful of Italian Renaissance drawings. Your works are very thoughtful and daring in most cases. You are a powerful artist. I hope all is well in Calcutta.

Thnks Alicia.

Amazing artwork fine expressions!

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Thank you very much Vilas.

Thank you so much....Lenore !

Another vote. I just love this one in every way and love the idea for a series. Very special.

Thank you Archana , I J T , Maria , Gun and Rosy !

Lovely drawing, so emotional and deep!

Very good painting. I like the (one) color act here.

Great Ayan, this shows a free-flow, flow of waves, of feelings, of creativity, of various art forms!

FOR VIEWERS - This is about a poet who lost all contacts with the material world . He was lost in his world of poems and could no longer understand the human language . Rather, he started interacting with birds , animals and nature. At one point of time even his family members lost hope , as they failed to understand him. In this story, the poet gradually gets surrounded by his poems and [ finally ] vanishes in his papers .

great title love the yellows in this painting

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Thank you Gloria

Rabindranath Tagore - Poet seer with a human touch that lights up the soul!!! I hope I am right. Regardless Ayan. It evokes feeling with the statement/title.

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

No friend - this is not Tagore . But I like your observation !

I really like this for it's Title and image! A great illustration of the words! fv vote

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Thank you Judy.

Excellent work!!!!

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Thank you very much.

Favorite- this is awesome!!!! voted.

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Hi Fania - THANK YOU .

Amazing art work Ayan. Beautiful emotions. .. v/f/g

Ayan Ghoshal replied:

Thank you so much...Bob.

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