Aakif Suri

AAKIF SURI (B.1982) is one of today’s leading miniature painters. Known for his socio-political miniatures, Aakif is a graduate of the National College of Arts Lahore, 2006, with a distinction in Miniature Painting BFA. The artist has exhibited his miniatures at leading international art galleries including Unicorn Gallery UAE, Forth Eye Gallery Canada, Melbourne ART fair Australia, ‘Slick’ Art Fair Paris, Omani Society of Fine Arts, New Delhi, New End Gallery, Hampstead. CALL/WHATSAPP: +92 300 8260580

Amjad Ali Talpur

Amjad Ali Talpur trained in miniature from the National College of Arts, Lahore. He teaches and practices at Jamshoro Sindh and his grid miniatures explore themes of country, culture, history, mughal and Islamic identity. The artist’s socio-political miniatures have been widely exhibited internationally. EMAIL: info@unicorngalleryblog.com

Hussain Chandio

Hussain Chandio is a contemporary artist who paints the village folk of interior Sindh. His ethnic characters are dusky and natives of Sindh. He paints with an aerial view, emplying new techniques to experiment with the human form. His paintings are gestural, loaded in action and movement. Hussain Chandio’s art is popular and the artist is original with his techniques ad style. For more information email us on: info@unicorngalleryblog.com

Tassaduq Sohail

Tassaduq Sohail was born in Jullundhar in East Punjab in 1930. It was a time of great change for the country. With partition in the midst of taking effect in 1947, Tassaduq moved to Pakistan and later settled in the U.K. His paintings are in the collection of V & A Museum, and Tate Britain

Gulgee

Gulgee (born 1926 died 2007) was an award winning master artist famous for his abstract action and calligraphy paintings. Gulgee was a trained Engineer by Profession and a self-taught artist; he received acclaim for his realistic portraits and commissions most notably those of the Royal Family and Prince Aga Khan. Ismail Gulgee was the receipient […]