Sachida Nagdev was an Indian painter based in the town of Bhopal. Working with harmonious colours, he was one of the first artists to combine Indian miniature painting style with modern abstract style. He also drew inspiration from prehistoric paintings and the old houses, sculptures and temples from his birthplace. He gave it a distinctive and unique identity.

Nagdev participated in 40 solo and group exhibitions in India, Nepal, Germany, Japan, and the UAE. His artworks are in many important collections, including the National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi, India and Osaka Contemporary Art Center, Japan.


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