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Avinash Chandra - Hamilton Galleries

Solo show at Hamilton Galleries. 1965
Date: 10 March, 1965 until 27 March, 1965
Organiser: Hamilton Galleries

Hamilton Galleries was the venue for an important exhibition of paintings by Avinash Chandra, March 10 - 27 1965. The exhibition featured some 35 works, executed between 1960 and 1965. The exhibition came with a valuable catalogue, complete with text by W. G. Archer, a longtime admirer of Chandra.

From the text: “Chandra was twenty-five years old when in 1956 he left India and settled in London. He is now almost thirty-four. We are concerned, therefore, with nine years of keen endeavour - a period comparable to Samuel Palmer’s visionary years or the young Chirico’s stay in Paris. Of these years the first two must be excluded since they represent a time of patient incubation. When at last, in late 1958 the dam broke, a resolute personality was revealed, exulting in lively rhythms and fertile in mysterious and potent imagery.”

The gallery was located at 8 St George Street, Hanover Square, London W. 1, and had (in 1965) a telephone number of ‘Hyde Park 3196’. 

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Born, 1931 in Simla, India. Died, 1991

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London, United Kingdom