Computing, Libraries, Tennis, India & other interests of Vikas Kamat
|Remembering K.K. Hebbar|| |
| When we lived in the Dattaprasad Flats of Malleswaram neighborhood of Bangalore, artist K.K. Hebbar was our neighbor.|
My father was very much inspired by Hebbar's art, especially his ability to convey in so few lines complex ideas and situations -- but I doubt that the two men ever met or interacted --both were shy men, who let their work speak for them.
Today I am delighted to create a section on K.K. Hebbar's art on Kamat's Potpourri. I am especially drawn to these two illustrations -- first one depicts the Maharashtrian Tamasha, that is full of mischief, action and seduction.
The second one honors the multiple talents of Shivaram Karanth (shown below, featured as the cover of Sakshi periodical)
|(Comments Disabled for Now. Sorry!)||First Written: Sunday, May 2, 2010|
Last Modified: 5/1/2010 6:48:53 PM
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