St. Agnes School, where his European teacher taught
him to communicate colour with human mind. 1921 Joined
Brahmacharya Ashram, Santiniketan (Under Rabindranath
Tagore). Art training started at the famous Tagore residence,
Jorasanko, Calcutta, under Gaganendranath Tagore and
1949-50 Exhb. in Calcutta. 1951-52 Exhb. in New Delhi.
1955 Exhb. in Bombay. 1956 Exhb. in Gwalior. 1958 Exhb.
in Lucknow. 1971 Exhb. in Calcutta. 1998 `An Exhibition
of Paintings by Prosanto Roy, A Retrospective`, Birla
Academy of Art and Culture, Calcutta. 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. 2005 Manifestations
III, organised by Delhi Art Gallery, Nehru Center, Mumbai
and Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi.
Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Calcutta. Jane and
Kito de Boer, Dubai. Neville Tuli, Bombay. Rabindra
Bhavan, Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi. Delhi Art Gallery,
Prosanto Roy was one of the gifted artists who mastered
the watercolour wash technique. He sought structural
variety in his figuration and also sought variety in
themes. Far-Eastern influence is very clear in his works.
1952-73 Curator and taught at Kala Bhavan, Santiniketan
till his death.