1964 M. Suriyamoorthy Charcoal Art Abstract (#17)

1964 M. Suriyamoorthy Charcoal Art Abstract (#17). This is an M. Suriyamoorthy’s charcoal art abstract. The charcoal drawing is signed and dated “M. Suriyamoorthy 64”.  The subject inferred is a crow on the verge of eating an insect. Suriyamoorthy’s artworks are eye-catching and lean more towards Picasso’s style.

He could be termed as India’s Picasso. The poster measures 29×20 inches. I was fortunate to collect many of his charcoal drawings. See details of them in the Raja Ravi Varma Oleographs & Other Art Category. He was born in Tamil Nadu, Southern India in 1944.

Being a professional artist, he derived his own distinct style. With women being centralized in most of his art. His paintings and art have won many awards in India and abroad. Art galleries and museums in Europe and America exhibited his paintings.

The genuineness of Suriyamoorhty’s artworks leaps out at the viewer and appeals in a way like no other. Read more about him- Behind The Frame M. Suriyamoorthy., and  M SURIYAMOORTHY. See my post- 1964 M. Suriyamoorthy Charcoal Art Abstract (#16).

Did you know- M. Suriyamoorthy was a part of the Madras Art Movement.

From the collection- Drawing Hiding The Taj Mahal WW2.,  Antique Photo Tiruchirappalli Rock-Fort 1870.,  Rare Vintage 1912 Postcard Of The Titanic.,  Antique Print Bombay The Monsoon Floods.,  Vintage Postcard Ballard Pier Mole Railway Station.,  Antique Map Of The City Of Cochin 1672

The images are of the actual items from my collection. And Not a photocopy, pirated, reproduced, or stock photos or taken from other sources.