- 1917-30 Education in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. 1936-40
Studied at Govt. School of Art, Madras.
1961 Exhb. of paintings at the VI Biennial de Sao Paulo,
Brazil. 1962 Participation in the Indian Art Exhb. in
Mexico, upgrading of the Govt. College of Arts and Crafts,
Madras. 196467 Participation in the Tokyo International
Exhb. 1965 Festival Hall Exhb., London. 1967 Venice
Biennale, Italy. 196876 Participation in the Exhb. of
Art as well as in the I, II and III Triennial of World
Art, India. 2003 Manifestations, organised by Delhi
Art Gallery, World Trade Center, Mumbai and Delhi Art
Gallery, New Delhi. 2004 Manifestations II, organised
by Delhi Art Gallery, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai and
Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi.
- Sri-Chitra Art Gallery, Trivandrum. Mr. S. Nandagopala,
Chennai. Cholamandal Artist Village, Chennai.
- Received National Award, Lalit Kala Akademi, New
Paniker`s work range extended beyond conventional
boundaries. The ease and fluidity of space, the use
of colour in strong bands, juxtaposed with lighter areas
of luminous shades, the playful use of symbols, signs,
numerals, iconic forms, and mathematical formulae are
all rendered with all sureness. He knew how to take
one small stroke on his canvas and then make an inspired
leap, towards infinity.
1941 Appointed as a teacher in the same College he
studied. 195558 Appointed Vice-Principal, Govt. College
of Arts and Crafts, Madras. 1957-77 Principal, Govt.
College of Arts and Crafts, Madras. Guest Lecturer,
State Department of USA. 1967 Retirement from his post,
Govt. College of Arts and Crafts, Madras.