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Surendran Nair
Untitled


The Devanagri text on this painting refers to the interplay between the villain and the protagonist in the 70's Bollywood film, Sholay, which has now become an icon of Indian popular cinema. A climactic scene in the film reveals that the villain, Gabbar Singh, has, with a sword, violently amputated both arms of the darkly benevolent former police officer, Thakur. It is interesting that Nair has interpolated an icon from Indian history, a...



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  Lot 18 of 125  

SPRING AUCTION 2006
15-16 MARCH 2006

Estimate
$9,500 - 11,500
Rs 4,08,500 - 4,94,500


Winning Bid
$18,700
Rs 8,04,100

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ARTWORK DETAILS

Surendran Nair
Untitled
Signed and dated in English (lower right)
2000
Watercolour on paper
30 x 22 in (76.2 x 55.9 cm)

Category: Painting
Style: Figurative


 









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