Bangladesh Places Map Directory
Place Type:
Art Gallery, Point Of Interest, Establishment
Narail Sadar Upazila, Bangladesh
Coordinate: 23.1581747, 89.5035234
Rating: 4.30
Phone: -
Opening Hours:
Monday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Tuesday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Thursday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Samia Tasnim (09/06/2018 21:02)
A small but well maintained place to reserve the great works of the famous artist S M Sultan. The garden out side was well adorned. The gallery has some good collection his paintings. But his boat was kept out side the main area and was left unattended. A little more attention could be given to his beautiful boat.

Parvez Ahmed (26/04/2018 21:46)
It's here that is Narail at S M Sultan art gallery. 😍😍

Asad Jaman (25/04/2018 22:22)
Narail is a nice city. It's historically remarked by Famous Artist and philosopher S M Sultan and others. I have visited and feel better. It's beautiful place with natural beauty.

Kayum (23/04/2018 17:33)
S. M. Sultan was one of the greatest personalities in this district. His full name is Sheikh Mohammed Sultan (10 August, 1923 to 10 October, 1994), was a Bangladesh avant-garde artist who worked in painting and drawing. His fame rests on his striking depictions of exaggeratedly muscular Bangladeshi peasants engaged in the activities of their everyday lives. For his achievement in fine arts, he was awarded with the Ekushey Padak in 1982; the Bangladesh Charu Shilpi Sangsad Award in 1986; and the Independence Day Award in 1993. His works are exhibited in several major collections in Bangladesh, including the Bangladesh National Museum, the National Art Gallery (Bangladesh), the S.M. Sultan Memorial Museum, and the Bengal Foundation.

Sultan was born in Machimdia village, in what was then Jessore District, British India (now Narail District, Bangladesh) on 10 August 1923. After five years of primary education at Victoria Collegiate School in Narail, he went to work for his father, a mason. Even as a child he felt a strong artistic urge. He seized every opportunity to draw with charcoal, and developed his talent depicting the buildings his father worked on. Sultan wanted to study art in Calcutta (Kolkata), but his family did not have the means to send him. Eventually, he secured financial support from the local zamindar and went to Calcutta in 1938.

Jahangir Alam (28/02/2018 00:24)
The great artist SM Sultan place at narail
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