Pioneer of drypoint etching, Mukul Chandra Dey, an early student of Rabindranath Tagore at Santiniketan. Dey travelled to the USA and Japan in 1916 to learn printmaking, and on his return to India, he used the mediums he learnt to create hundreds of images on Indian life and people.

Dey later became the first Indian Principal of the Government College of Art in Calcutta.


  • Title: Untitled
  • Creator: Mukul Chandra Dey
  • Creator Lifespan: Circa 1895- 1989
  • Location Created: India
  • Physical Dimensions: 37 x 53 cm
  • Medium: Water Colour

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