MF Hussain - A controversial delineate story of successful painter
MF Hussain : Delineate the paintings with his elegant art at upto the pinnacle
A charm artist popularly known as “art maestro” in india. Forbes made the name him as “picasso of india” due to their stockpile of efforts made by them as a painter.
An internationally recognized artist of the 20th century none other than “MF HUSSAIN .
Maqbool Fida Hussain Who conveniently works with a wider range of diverse series from
Mohandas K. Gandhi, Mother Teresa, the Ramayana, the Mahabharata, the British raj, motifs of Indian urban and rural life upto a recognised printmaker, photographer, and filmmaker.

MF Husain began his pictorial career as a cinema hoarding painter. In the early 1930s, Hindi film exploded with as many as 200 movies a year and good quality painters were desperately needed on the advertisement side. Husain took this chance to look after his everyday needs. He also began to work for a toy manufacturer, where he developed and created several groundbreaking toys. He was still in touch with his Sir J. J. School of Art friends, and was looking for the right chance to contribute to the development of Indian art.



Start his career MF Hussain from film poster painter in mumbai to the crest points his journey take-forth many directions and get a nationally and internationally recognised art painter.
Venturize his film making and go for the first film named ‘Through the Eyes of a Painter’ in 1967 which goes popularize and got shown in berlin international film festival and later got as a special invite at Sao Paulo Biennial (Brazil) in 1971 also attended by Pablo Picasso.his
controversial contribution towards “bharat mata” socialize a red-colored nude woman with her
arms and legs deform into a shape of the Indian subcontinent.
He got a National Film Award for Best Experimental Film for ‘Through The Eyes of a Painter’ in 1967 and also several national respect respect as Padma Shri (1966), Padma Bhushan (1973), and Padma Vibhushan (1991)

He was sued in 2006 for harming people’s sentiments for coming up with a naked portrait of Bharatmata (Mother India). The artwork was required to be withdrawn from numerous sales, and mf Husain requested an apology. The artwork was, however, later sold for Rs 80 lakh at an auction. Finally, mf Husain started collecting death threats from numerous political groups, leaving him with little alternative but to flee India.

After departed from india in the year 2006 spent his later years mainly in London and in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.he was eagerly try to come back but not can do so and get citizenship at qatar in 2010 and they accept it and died on 9 June 2011, in London, England, after suffering from ill health for several months. He was 95.