Upcoming Exhibitions



Brussels, Belgium

26 March to 25 May 2020

Postponed due to pandemic.
Date to be fixed



Montreal, Canada

7 May to 8 June 2020

Postponed due to pandemic.
Date to be fixed

Guest of Honour artist


41st Salon des Amis des Arts de Chaville, France

20 November to 1 December 2020

Postponed due to pandemic.
Date to be fixed

Major Exhibitions

Permanent exhibit

Sen’s painting in permanent collection of Barbizon cultural center, France.

About the painting in Marc Jacquet Culturel Espace, Barbizon: Sen Shombit is fascinated that painter Jean Francois Millet left Paris 1860 to paint rural France in Barbizon which then transformed into the cradle of Modern Art. Millet punched a window into a farmer’s barn to make his studio. A back staircase fired Sen’s imagination. In 2015 he painted Escalade d’un génie with Angelus from Millet’s famous namesake painting, paying homage to Millet’s daily climb to raise his 9 children in a small room after a productive day of painting.

other Exhibitions

France, Barbizon 2017

l'Académie Jacques Boitiat

India, Kolkata 1999

Information Center

India, Mumbai 1998

Jamaat Art Gallery

India, Kolkata 1992

Oberoi Grand Hotel

France, Cannes 1989

Hotel Carlton

India, Kolkata 1982

Academy of Fine Arts

India, Kolkata 1980

Academy of Fine Arts

other Exhibitions

other Exhibitions

IN 1947
When India was partitioned 1947 to create Pakistan, a new country for Muslims, about 20 million people of Bengal and Punjab were displaced and brutally victimized. Sen’s wealthy, literate family had huge landed property in erstwhile East Bengal, the present Bangladesh, which was carved out to be East Pakistan for Muslims. So for being Hindus Sen’s family was overnight evicted from their home. Without taking any possessions, they fled for their lives amidst people warring over religion, and so became squatted refugees in West Bengal.