Search giant Google rolled out an artsy surprise for Indian users by paying a tribute to "pioneering artist" Jamini Roy on his 130th birth anniversary. It created a beautiful horse doodle inspired by the master's Black Horse painting.
It further allowed users to take a tour of Roy's artworks and collections on Google Arts & Culture. The virtual exhibit was curated by Google and the National Gallery of Modern Art.
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Roy was among India's leading modernists in the 20th century and a globally renowned figure too. Originally trained in the British academic style of painting, his earlier works had shades of European impressionism and portraiture. Read more...More about Social Media, Modern Art, India, Google Doodle, and Google