Natu Mistry’s Streetscapes

Hawkers calling out customers, cows crossing the streets, rikshaw-pullers taking on a hefty load of passengers, a rush of people coming and going to work or simply enjoy a cuppa chai by the roadside, we sure miss the hustle bustle of the streets.

Haveli aur Mandir Ink and Pastel Color on Paper https://www.jaypore.com/multicolor-natu-mistry-haveli-aur-mandir-ink-and-pastel-color-on-paper-20in-x-14in-p589563

In association with Archer Art Gallery, we present Natu Mistry’s collection ‘Panoramic Streetscapes’ that perennially cements the streets via his paintings that take us on a monochrome journey, sometimes splashed with just the right amount of color, and makes us wonder when we can enjoy a chaat by the road or experience the rush once again!

Zulta Minar Ink and Watercolor on Paper  https://www.jaypore.com/multicolor-natu-mistry-zulta-minar-ink-and-watercolor-on-paper-30in-x-22in-p589552


About Natu Mistry:
Natu Mistry was born in Hallisa, Gujarat in 1933. After completing his Diploma in Fine Art from Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai, he did his post-graduation in Art Masters Examination from C.N. Fine Art College, Ahmedabad. He worked in varied fields throughout his life, first as a cartoonist in “Gujarat Samachar” and as an Interior Decorator. In 1995, he became a full time artist & exhibited his artworks in major cities of India. His remarkable exhibitions ‘Panoramic Streetscapes’ was received highly by the art community. Now his forte, he seems to have a unending fascination for ‘Streetscapes’. He has also written 26 books on Art and Drawing as a Pioneer Writer of Books on Art in Gujarat.

To view his collection, please visit the link: https://www.jaypore.com/shop-collection/collectors-edition-archer-art-gallery-exquisite-limited-edition-serigraphs-by-natu-mistry-12715