LAHORE Selected art work exhibition of prominent artist of international repute Jimmy Engineer titled A Journey was held at the Aitchison College on Saturday. The exhibition was held to kick off the foundation day celebrations of the 125-year-old educational institution of the sub-continent. Some 30 prints of the selected paintings including architectural compositions and six famous Pakistan Movement paintings series were put on display. Aitchison College Principal Fakir Syed Aijazuddin inaugurated the day long exhibition which was organised by the Art Society of the college in connections with the foundation day celebrations in the presence of a good number of teachers and students Speaking on the occasion, Jimmy Engineer said the young students were the future hope of the country and it was the younger generation which had to build a united, progressive and forward-looking Pakistan. He said the students should see his Pakistan Movement paintings in order to apprise themselves how this country had come into existence after the struggle and sacrifices of the millions of Muslim men, women and children. Welcoming Jimmy Engineer, Principal Fakir Syed Aijazuddin said the artist and his vast art were the assets of the country. He said Jimmy had done well to paint in details the greatest migration of human beings from one territory to other. He also thanked Jimmy for donating more than 80 prints of his selected paintings out of which 30 have been displayed in the exhibition. President of the Art Society Salar Fawzi Khwaja also welcomed the well-known artist whereas General Secretary Mustafa Mohsin presented portrait of Jimmy Engineer which he had himself made. Punjab Governor Latif Khosa, who was the chief guest at the colleges foundation day function, also visited Jimmy Engineers selected art work exhibition and highly appreciated the artist. He felicitated the artist for such an impressive and engrossing art work and Principal Aijazuddin for organising such a useful exhibition from which the young students could learn a lot. A large number of former students of the institution from all over Pakistan, India and other countries attended the foundation day functions.