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Please note that Just Dial does not implicitly or explicitly endorse any product/s or services provided by advertisers/service providers. Your rating/review will be under moderation as you have not verified your mobile number.He began to work in their style, but quickly distinguished himself with the invention of his own painting process.This involves soaking the canvas with a clear liquid binder and then sifting a layer of dry pigment onto the canvas, repeating until the composition is finished.Rothko's spiritual, abstract paintings have had a long-term effect on Bhavsar, who has continued to make meditative pictures of floating fields of color such as this one for almost forty years.Bhavsar was born in Gujarat and now lives and New York City.In this manner, he applies as many as eighty layers to a canvas. "Recent Acquisitions," October 16, 1979–January 30, 1980, no catalogue. "Natvar Bhavsar: Twenty Years of Works on Paper," February 10–March 24, 1985, brochure no.

This painting thus explores the emotive and symbolic possibilities of the color yellow.

His large-scale canvases, employ color relationships and centralized compositions that fade and blur, in a manner reminiscent of Kenneth Noland’s work.

“Well I think all arts seek to elevate experience, lift you up from where you are, and take you to another level,” Bhavsar said.

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Biography Natvar Bhavsar is a contemporary Indian-born American artist whose cosmic abstractions work in the tradition of Color-Field painting.

Second in population only to China, India is home to around 900 million people of diverse ethnicity, religion, and language. Approximately 12 percent are Muslims, while smaller minorities include Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, and Zoroastrians.