[ Exhibition at Bengal ]
1. Rooted Creativity 11
2. His Light, His Shadow
S. M. Sultan
Born in 1923 at Narail, Bangladesh
Died in 1994
S. M. Sultan He studied at the Government Institute of Arts (presently Government College of Arts and Crafts, Kolkata) from 1941 to ‘44. He participated in an exhibition at Victoria Embankment, Hamstead, London, along with Picasso, Dali, Braque, Klee and many others. He received the “Ekushey Padak” (highest national civilian award) for contribution in the field of culture in 1982, Independence Day Award in 1993, the Charushilpi Sangshad Honor in 1986 and since 1984, was accorded special honor as “Resident Artist” by the Government of Bangladesh. Sultan established the Kurigram Fine Arts Institute at Narail in 1969 and “Charupeeth” (School of Fine Arts) at Jessore in 1973.
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