Jyoti Bhatt(1934) 3 Originele Lithografiën "Composities" Ges
(12 march 1934). " Composities I - II - III " Drie originele Lithografieën, 1985. Ieder blad is, gesigneerd, genummerd, oplage 150 exemplaren, Hier nr 39. Blad grootte: 14 x 15 cm.
Jyotindra Manshankar Bhatt (12 march 1934), is an Indian artist best known for his modernist work in painting and printmaking and also his photographic documentation of rural Indian culture. He studied painting under N. S. Bendre and K.G. Subramanyan at the faculty of fine arts, Maharaja Sayajirao University (m.s.u.), Baroda.
Later he studied fresco and mural painting at banasthali vidyapith in rajasthan, and in the early 1960s went on to study at the academia di belle arti in naples, italy, as well the pratt institute in new york. Bhatt moved from a cubist influence in his early work, to a lighthearted and colorful pop art that often drew its imagery from traditional indian folk designs. Though bhatt worked in a variety of mediums, including watercolors and oils, it is his printmaking that ultimately garnered him the most attention. In 1966 bhatt returned to m.s.u. Baroda with a thorough knowledge of the intaglio process that he had gained at the tamarind workshop in new york. It was partially bhatts enthusiasm for intaglio that caused other artists such as jeram patel, bhupen khakhar and gulammohammed sheikh, to take up the same process.