Google tributes to painter Amrita Sher-Gil with Three Girls doodle
New Delhi :-
Painter Amrita Sher-Gil has been tribute by Google doodle today on her 103rd birth anniversary. Sher-Gil is considered among the most important Indian painters of the 20th century.
She had born in 1913 to a Sikh father and Hungarian mother in Budaperst, the artist was influenced by both eastern European and South Asian styles and standards of female beauty.
She studied and practiced in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, where she got her start as an artist and life consummate bohemian.
A total of 95 of the 174 documented works she created over the course of her brief career are held in the collection of the National Gallery of Modern Art
On its home page, the search engine has posted a depiction of Sher-Gil’s popular painting ‘Three Girls’ which has been created by Jennifer Hom.
To create the final version, Hom has reworked the image to match Sher-Gil’s style and signature attention to the tone, texture and color of skin and clothing.
The reach of the Google doodle is seen in Argentina, Iceland, Portugal,Lithuania, Serbia, Slovenia, Israel, Kenya, Kazhakstan, Indonesia and Japan besides India.
“Vivid color, graceful forms, and bold strokes mark the remarkable life and work of Indian painter described as the ‘Indian Frida Kahlo’,” Google says about her works, which have been declared as National Treasures in India.
The painter Sher-Gil passed away on December 5, 1941 before the age of twenty-nine.