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S.H. Raza, A Retrospective, 2007> Artwork Details > Prakriti by S H Raza

in the mind and imagination as well as in reality and therefore must be recognised. Raza believes that nature moves itself rather than being moved by the beholder." (Friedhelm Mennekes "Soft Polarity" in S. H. Raza – Paintings from 1966 to 2003 The Fine Art Resource Berlin exhibition catalogue 2003


S.H. Raza, A Retrospective, 2007> Artwork Details > Village by S H Raza

A Life in Art S. H. Raza Art Alive Gallery New Delhi 2007 p. 73...Speaking of Raza`s thick impasto landscapes of the mid 1950`s Jacques Lassaigne then director of the Museum of Modern Art in Paris says "…in his


S.H. Raza, A Retrospective, 2007> Artwork Details > Kundalini by S H Raza

in Art S. H. Raza Art Alive Gallery New Delhi 2007 p. 132). Here this union takes the form of kundalini or two intertwined snakes symbolic ...is that something linked to the origin of life bubbles up in Raza`s work. At first glance these geometric compositions may appear to move away from the complexity


S.H. Raza, A Retrospective, 2007> Artwork Details > Trishna by S H Raza

the mood of places and of people" (as quoted in Geeti Sen "The Seed and the Fruit Metaphors in Raza`s Painting" S. H. Raza Saffronart and Berkeley Square ...that this school of artistic thought had on his work. Trishna meaning `thirst` or `desire` reflects Raza`s ceaseless quest to develop his painterly


S.H. Raza, A Retrospective, 2007> Artwork Details > Bija by S H Raza

and the square" (S. H. Raza in Geeti Sen Bindu Space and Time in Raza`s Vision Media Transasia Ltd New Delhi 1997 p. 126). However instead ...In the mid-1980`s Raza`s fluid gestural application of paint gave way to a more hard-edged approach to abstract forms and spaces. "In terms


S.H. Raza, A Retrospective, 2007> Artwork Details > Prakriti by S H Raza

Recent Works by S H Raza Art Musings exhibition catalogue 2004 unpaginated). In this piece Raza meditates on nature its five basic elements ...Non-representative art particularly in India is often understood as a means of repudiating worldly pleasure and pain. However "Raza`s practice


S.H. Raza, A Retrospective, 2007> Artwork Details > Prakriti by S H Raza

components of the universe and the interconnections of our humble lives within it" ("Foreword" S. H. Raza Saffronart and Berkeley Square Gallery ... "For some years Raza has been primarily occupied with an extraordinary series of meditative symbolic paintings using linear structures to simplify


Winter Auction 2007> Artwork Details > Maha Bindu by S H Raza

Gujarat Bengal and trying to study what is most important in Indian art" (S. H. Raza in conversation with Susan Bean Raza A Retrospective Saffronart ...The Seed and the Fruit Metaphors in Raza`s Painting S. H. Raza Saffronart and Berkeley Square Gallery exhibition catalogue 2005 unpaginated


Auction Dec 06> Artwork Details > Climat by S H Raza

Polarity” in S. H. Raza – Paintings from 1966 to 2003 The Fine Art Resource Berlin Exhibition Catalogue 2003 unpaginated). Inspired by Jain ...Mennekes “Soft Polarity” in S. H. Raza – Paintings from 1966 to 2003 The Fine Art Resource Berlin Exhibition Catalogue 2003 unpaginated) The bright red


Spring Auction 2009> Artwork Details > Minuit d'été by S H Raza

“The Seed and the Fruit Metaphors in Razas Painting” S. H. Raza Saffronart and Berkeley Square Gallery exhibition catalogue London 2005 p. 6)...The mid 1960s were a period of experimentation and transition in Razas oeuvre. Following his 1962 teaching trip to the University of California


Spring Auction 2009> Artwork Details > Suryodya by S H Raza

components of the universe and the interconnections of our humble lives within it” (S. H. Raza Saffronart and Berkeley Square Gallery exhibition ...“For some years Raza has been primarily occupied with an extraordinary series of meditative symbolic paintings using linear structures to simplify


Winter Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Maha Bharata by S H Raza

Recent Works by S H Raza Art Musings exhibition catalogue 2004 unpaginated). From the expressionistic application of paint that captured the mood ...Non-representative art particularly in India is often understood as a means of repudiating worldly pleasure and pain. However "Razas practice


Winter Auction 2007> Artwork Details > Village by S H Raza

Vajpeyi A Life in Art S. H. Raza Art Alive Gallery New Delhi 2007 p. 73...in about 1953 was one of melting down and fusion. In the furnace of an entirely new passion for color Raza`s new style was born that was to bring to him


Winter Auction 2007> Artwork Details > Sukh Dukh by S H Raza

by the beholder" (Friedhelm Mennekes "Soft Polarity" in S. H. Raza - Paintings from 1966 to 2003 The Fine Art Resource Berlin exhibition catalogue 2003 .... At the epicenter of Raza`s meditations on these parings is the round black bindu both seed-like source of life and silent void within which all life


S.H. Raza, A Retrospective, 2007> Artwork Details > Bombay by S H Raza

(Geeti Sen Mindscapes Early Works by S. H. Raza Delhi Art Gallery exhibition catalogue 2001). Here Raza employs the gestural brushstrokes that were ...An unusually late Bombay landscape this aerial portrayal of the city by night harks back to Raza`s days at Express Block Studio in 1943 when he


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