Satyajit Ray (Indian drama director: Pather Panchali [Song of the Road, 1955], Aparajito [The Unvanquished, 1956], Apur Sansar [The World of Apu, 1959], Jalsaghar [The Music Room, 1959], Devi [1960]).

Satyajit Ray (Indian director: Pather Panchali [Song of the Road, Aparajito [The Unvanquished, Apur Sansar [The World of Apu, Jalsaghar [The Music Room, Devi

Portraits of Satyajit Ray. Nemai Ghosh’s photographs of Satyajit Ray show a master filmmaker at work, both on location and at home in his study.

Portraits of Satyajit Ray. Nemai Ghosh’s photographs of Satyajit Ray show a master filmmaker at work, at home in his study.

Satyajit Ray was an unparalleled creative genius. These 21 epic posters that he designed for his movies are just a few examples of why he was a visionary.

Satyajit Ray’s Cult Classic ‘Gupi Gayen Bagha Bayen’ Movie Poster – 1968 Sandesh Magazine

Portraits of Satyajit Ray. Nemai Ghosh’s photographs of Satyajit Ray show a master filmmaker at work, both on location and at home in his study.

Ray sketches the opening credit sequence for The Fortress

Satyajit Ray and Akira Kurosawa (stroll posture)

Satyajit Ray and Akira Kurosawa (with Michelangelo Antonioni off in the distance there on the right-hand side) visit the Taj Mahal.

Sandesh, cover art, by Satyajit Ray

Sandesh, cover art, by Satyajit Ray

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