The Telegraph
Monday , April 7 , 2014
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Art of the matter

A picture of concentration at the sit-and-draw competition, a part of Tridhara Utsav in association with Telekids. Children aged three to 16 had a great time dabbling with colours. There was no theme and the most popular subjects turned out to be village scene, a winter morning, Netaji and Republic Day

Soham Dutta paints a bright picture in the fourth edition of the All Bengal Sit and Draw Competition presented by Chemould School of Art and Calcutta traffic police, in association with Telekids and Rotary Club of Calcutta Mega City. More than 1,500 kids took part in the event at Town Hall, painting picnic scenes, swans in a pond and boats on a river

Girls play with colours at Grand Art Mela organised by Apeejay Anand Children’s Library on the lawn of Apeejay House. Around 1,200 children painted T-shirts, their themes ranging from Gandhiji to Tricolour to just a splash of blue

A boy goes green at a sit-and-draw competition presented by Alsoc, with TTIS, in memory of Rev Fr Adrien Wavreil at St. Xavier’s Collegiate School. Benjamin Allan Gomes, Class XI, paints as a hobby. Republic Day and pollution control were the top choices for theme