Angelus serain

Victorian guru

Franco-Indian bi-cultural Sen

Sen's paintings instantly make you travel across the world without any frontier. Man has created frontiers across the world only in fear and to protect personal wealth, he says.

Sen is truly a bi-cultural Franco-Indian artist. When you experience his Angelus serain (homage to Millet), Leonardo Labyrinth (another interpretation of The Last Supper), Monet's garden (inspired from Giverny) and from India, Victorian guru, Nagababa St. Paul, Baul Chandannagor paintings, you can realise that the artist has deeply and insightfully worked to represent the West and India through his artistic window.

With his French inspiration, he has created a universe of nonconformist Indian colours to interpret different social aspects of the world in their own context.

Alberto Moioli, Member AICA. Editorial Director, Enciclopedia d'Arte Italiana, Art Advisor Art Affinity