Born in 1944, Anupam Sud received a Diploma in Fine Arts from the College of Arts, New Delhi, 1967, studied Print Making at Slade School, London, 1971-72 and went on a Study Tour to USA under CICA Fellowship, 1990. She engages in socially relevant themes, human impasse and then represents them by fusing various mediums like, intaglio process, lithographs and screen printing. Depiction of architectural forms, limbs and human figures in the mid 1970’s to feminist subjects in the late 1970’s, her work has evolved in phases. She is one of the finest intaglio print makers in India and one of the founder member of ‘Group 8’, formed in 1968, to promote and sustain printmaking as an independent expressive art form. Anupam has won 19 awards between 1969 & 1985 including the Sahitya Kala Parishad award,1980-84; a Certificate at Egyptian International Print Biennale, 1994; the President of India’s Silver plaque of 65th and 66th All India Annual Art exhibition, All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society, Special award, New Delhi,1995; International Print Biennale, Bharat Bhawan, Bhopal, 1995. Her works are in many private collections including NGMA, the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. She lives and works in New Delhi.