Eminent artist and professor of fine arts Jamal Ahmed is recognized for his intrepid approach to art and he crosses great lengths to describe his topics. His prime concerns have been transparent beauty of nature, people’s ecstasy, bliss, longing, pain and yearning.
At his current exposition ‘Chronicles in Charcoal’, Jamal has successfully projected nubile women in all their voluptuous beauty, gypsy women, banks of Buriganga River with semi-urban sights and more. Pigeons and horses are also prominent in some of his works. The painter also rose to prominence for limning different types of horses. The artworks are quite unique because Jamal has chiefly worked with charcoal medium and sometimes soft pastel on paper and canvas.