Many of his works made satirical remark at the rampant corruption. His early oil paintings show satirical 'humanized' gorillas. This shows the artist's concern for the socio-moral being of man. Over the decades Broota evolved a technique of painting in monochrome. On the matte black surface, he works with a sharp thin blade to bring in light and forms thereby exposing the white surface below, creating deep spatial dimensions. In some paintings man is shown against a forbidding wall on which there are illegible hieroglyphics that suggests man's enigmatic destiny. He has a highly personalized technique that has the quality of a graphic print.
His paintings have been exhibited in many solo and prestigious group shows. His experimental Video art films made in 1985 were shown at Shridharani Gallery in 1987.
Awards received by Rameshwar Broota
Broota received numerous awards such as the National Award of the Lalit Kala Academy (1980, 1981 and 1984), the AIFACS Awards (1973 and 1975) and the Hyderabad Art Society Award for Graphics (1976) amongst many others.
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