Paresh Maity has had more than 50 shows in thirty years. He gradually moved from atmospheric scenery to representations of the human form. His more recent paintings are bold and graphic, with a strong sense of color . His works are in a number of collections, including the British Museum, and the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi. In early years he did many watercolors of different locations.
He painted for newly built Terminal 3 at Delhi Airport. His largest work and probably the longest in India stretches up to over 850 feet and is surely one of the most monumental paintings in the world. In August 2011, his 55th solo show with water colour paintings was based on the last 15 poems of poet Rabindranath Tagore, Sheesh Lekha (The Last Writings, 1941), opened at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi.
Paresh Maity has won a handful of prestigious awards over the years.
Paresh Maity's works are featured in several private and public collections across the world which include
Paresh Maity has over the past 30 years done select exhibitions across the world which include