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C. S. N. Patnaik

Chowdhary Satyanarayana Patnaik (6 December 1925 – 11 August 2022), commonly known as C. S. N. Patnaik, was an Indian sculptor and painter from the state of Andhra Pradesh.[1][2] He specialized in fresco and mural painting and bronze sculpting. His paintings incorporated depictions of rural life and its tradition and culture. He sculpted a statue of Mahatma Gandhi which was installed at the Telangana Legislative Assembly. He received the Kala Ratna award in 2006.

C. S. N. Patnaik
Patnaik in 2011
Born(1925-12-06)6 December 1925
Died11 August 2022(2022-08-11) (aged 96)
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India
Occupations
  • Sculptor
  • painter
Children4
AwardsKala Ratna

Early life

Patnaik was born on 6 December 1925 in Badam village in the present-day Srikakulam district, Andhra Pradesh (then in Madras Presidency).[1]

Career

Patnaik received training in sculpting and painting from Government College of Arts and Crafts[3] in Madras. He started working as a Karanam,[4] a village administrative officer.[5] He later worked as a government employee in Education Department in 1955. He moved to Guntur in 1962 and became a lecturer in sculpture in Government College for Women in Guntur.[4][1]

 
Statue of Mahatma Gandhi on the premises of Telangana Legislative Assembly, Hyderabad

He specialized in fresco and mural painting and bronze sculpting. He is known for his depictions of Srikakulam district's rural life and its tradition and culture in his paintings.[4][6] His sculptures established on the Tank Bund Road and Mahatma Gandhi's statue located on the premises of Telangana Legislative Assembly in Hyderabad earned him recognition.[7] In 1975, the University Grants Commission granted him a research fellowship to study metallurgical sculptures and the effect of terracotta over them. As part of the research, he studied the sculpture art in North India.[7]

He was an expert in box moulding and casting.[7] His works were exhibited across the country and in Australia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Japan, Poland, Romania and the U.S.. He said that he worked on more than 400 paintings and 100 bronze sculptures.[4]

Other work

Patnaik represented the Andhra University and the Acharya Nagarjuna University in the Lalit Kala Akademi of Andhra Pradesh during 1969 to 1979. He acted as the vice-president of the Andhra Academy of Arts, Vijayawada, between 1972 and 1977, and was joint secretary of the Sculptors Forum of India in New Delhi in 1976. He was vice-president of the Lalit Kala Akademi in Hyderabad from 1977 to 1982.[1][4]

Awards

Among honours Patnaik received, the most notable one is the Kala Ratna award, conferred by the government of united Andhra Pradesh in 2006.[8]

Personal life

Patnaik had four children.[7] His younger son,[7] Ravishankar Prasad and his wife, both who are also artists, established "CSN Patnaik Art Gallery" in MVP Colony, Visakhapatnam, in 2009, to provide a space for exhibiting artwork of other artists.[2][4]

Death

Patnaik died on 11 August 2022 in Visakhapatnam.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Noted sculptor C.S.N. Patnaik dies at 97". The Hindu. 11 August 2022. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2 December 2022.
  2. ^ a b "C S N Patnaik young at 92". Deccan Chronicle. 7 December 2016. Retrieved 2 December 2022.
  3. ^ "The intuitive fusion of the native and the modern: changing trends of Andhra art in the 20th century". The Free Library. 2010. Retrieved 2 December 2022.
  4. ^ a b c d e f "I believe in art for art's sake: Chowdhury Satyanarayana Patnaik". The Times of India. 26 October 2015. Retrieved 2 December 2022.
  5. ^ Baumgartner, Ruedi; Hogger, Ruedi (10 August 2004). In Search of Sustainable Livelihood Systems: Managing Resources and Change. SAGE Publishing India. p. 530. ISBN 9789352802661. Likewise the traditional village accountant, referred to in Telugu as Karnam or as Shanubhog in Kannada, was responsible for all record keeping.
  6. ^ "Passing the baton to next generation artists on Patnaik's birthday". The New Indian Express. 7 December 2016. Retrieved 2 December 2022.
  7. ^ a b c d e Kalasagar (12 August 2022). "పరలోకానికి 'శిల్పి పట్నాయక్' పయనం" ['Sculptor Patnaik' journeys to heaven]. 64kalalu (in Telugu). Retrieved 2 December 2022.
  8. ^ "Hamsa awards are now Kalaratna". The Hindu. 15 August 2006. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2 December 2022.

Further reading

  • Ravela, Sambasiva Rao (2011). సి.యస్.యన్. పట్నాయక్ [C.S.N. Patnaik] (in Telugu). CP Brown Academy. ISBN 978-9381035290.

patnaik, chowdhary, satyanarayana, patnaik, december, 1925, august, 2022, commonly, known, indian, sculptor, painter, from, state, andhra, pradesh, specialized, fresco, mural, painting, bronze, sculpting, paintings, incorporated, depictions, rural, life, tradi. Chowdhary Satyanarayana Patnaik 6 December 1925 11 August 2022 commonly known as C S N Patnaik was an Indian sculptor and painter from the state of Andhra Pradesh 1 2 He specialized in fresco and mural painting and bronze sculpting His paintings incorporated depictions of rural life and its tradition and culture He sculpted a statue of Mahatma Gandhi which was installed at the Telangana Legislative Assembly He received the Kala Ratna award in 2006 C S N PatnaikPatnaik in 2011Born 1925 12 06 6 December 1925Srikakulam district Madras Presidency British IndiaDied11 August 2022 2022 08 11 aged 96 Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh IndiaOccupationsSculptorpainterChildren4AwardsKala Ratna Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Other work 4 Awards 5 Personal life 6 Death 7 References 8 Further readingEarly life EditPatnaik was born on 6 December 1925 in Badam village in the present day Srikakulam district Andhra Pradesh then in Madras Presidency 1 Career EditPatnaik received training in sculpting and painting from Government College of Arts and Crafts 3 in Madras He started working as a Karanam 4 a village administrative officer 5 He later worked as a government employee in Education Department in 1955 He moved to Guntur in 1962 and became a lecturer in sculpture in Government College for Women in Guntur 4 1 Statue of Mahatma Gandhi on the premises of Telangana Legislative Assembly Hyderabad He specialized in fresco and mural painting and bronze sculpting He is known for his depictions of Srikakulam district s rural life and its tradition and culture in his paintings 4 6 His sculptures established on the Tank Bund Road and Mahatma Gandhi s statue located on the premises of Telangana Legislative Assembly in Hyderabad earned him recognition 7 In 1975 the University Grants Commission granted him a research fellowship to study metallurgical sculptures and the effect of terracotta over them As part of the research he studied the sculpture art in North India 7 He was an expert in box moulding and casting 7 His works were exhibited across the country and in Australia Bulgaria Hungary Japan Poland Romania and the U S He said that he worked on more than 400 paintings and 100 bronze sculptures 4 Other work EditPatnaik represented the Andhra University and the Acharya Nagarjuna University in the Lalit Kala Akademi of Andhra Pradesh during 1969 to 1979 He acted as the vice president of the Andhra Academy of Arts Vijayawada between 1972 and 1977 and was joint secretary of the Sculptors Forum of India in New Delhi in 1976 He was vice president of the Lalit Kala Akademi in Hyderabad from 1977 to 1982 1 4 Awards EditAmong honours Patnaik received the most notable one is the Kala Ratna award conferred by the government of united Andhra Pradesh in 2006 8 Personal life EditPatnaik had four children 7 His younger son 7 Ravishankar Prasad and his wife both who are also artists established CSN Patnaik Art Gallery in MVP Colony Visakhapatnam in 2009 to provide a space for exhibiting artwork of other artists 2 4 Death EditPatnaik died on 11 August 2022 in Visakhapatnam 1 References Edit a b c d e Noted sculptor C S N Patnaik dies at 97 The Hindu 11 August 2022 ISSN 0971 751X Retrieved 2 December 2022 a b C S N Patnaik young at 92 Deccan Chronicle 7 December 2016 Retrieved 2 December 2022 The intuitive fusion of the native and the modern changing trends of Andhra art in the 20th century The Free Library 2010 Retrieved 2 December 2022 a b c d e f I believe in art for art s sake Chowdhury Satyanarayana Patnaik The Times of India 26 October 2015 Retrieved 2 December 2022 Baumgartner Ruedi Hogger Ruedi 10 August 2004 In Search of Sustainable Livelihood Systems Managing Resources and Change SAGE Publishing India p 530 ISBN 9789352802661 Likewise the traditional village accountant referred to in Telugu as Karnam or as Shanubhog in Kannada was responsible for all record keeping Passing the baton to next generation artists on Patnaik s birthday The New Indian Express 7 December 2016 Retrieved 2 December 2022 a b c d e Kalasagar 12 August 2022 పరల క న క శ ల ప పట న యక పయన Sculptor Patnaik journeys to heaven 64kalalu in Telugu Retrieved 2 December 2022 Hamsa awards are now Kalaratna The Hindu 15 August 2006 ISSN 0971 751X Retrieved 2 December 2022 Further reading EditRavela Sambasiva Rao 2011 స యస యన పట న యక C S N Patnaik in Telugu CP Brown Academy ISBN 978 9381035290 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title C S N Patnaik amp oldid 1133296179, wikipedia, wiki, book, books, library,

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