The artist did his B.V.A from Government College of Arts and Crafts in 1991, and passed with a First class degree in M.V.A in Printmaking from Baroda in 1993. He received several scholarships like French Govt. Scholarship, 2000, to work in the country as a visiting artist, Charles Wallace India Trust Arts Scholar Edinburgh 2000, Junior Fellowship of Govt. of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Culture, 1998-2000, Lalit Kala Akademy, Ghari Grant, 1994,National Scholarship, 1996 and many others.In his long and extensive career he participated in several solo exhibitions in India and abroad in Paris and UK, Kolkata, Baroda, Mumbai and in innumerable group shows in Paris, Macau, New Delhi and Kolkata. He also participated in joint exhibitions in Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai in 1992, 1994, and 1996. This apart Atin Basak also participated in many workshops nationally and internationally. His works are in collection of National Gallery of Modern Art, Lalit Kala Academy in New Delhi, Baroda Palace Museum and with private collectors in India and abroad. Print-maker and painter, Atin has experimented with his print making skills and developed an unique way of working with the application of tempera giving a different feel to his dextrous work. His etchings, sketches and acrylic on canvas all speak of his sensitive nature always seeking to see and express differently. Through the usage of texture and shade he builds his characters full of personal power. The soft sensitive imagery, the figures exude subtle power, an inner strength, deep sense of peace, a transformative depiction that is sublime. His recent work shows an influence of the East and the Orient. The recluses and the sages of his canvases, etchings and lithographs on paper, are deeply spiritual, and strong living in harmony with themselves and with nature

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