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Atul Dodiya
Sabari Throwing Rings into the Chakki


"For a figurative painter like me, the reality is slightly different. I live in Ghatkopar, my figures are Indian in the sense that they would be dark skinned and they portray the life in India that includes the poverty, the concerns and the reality. But I don`t make any political statements."

Born in Mumbai in 1959, Atul Dodiya, one of the most sought after contemporary artists today, completed his Bachelor in Fine Arts from the...



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  Lot 25 of 100  

SPRING AUCTION 2010
10-11 MARCH 2010

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Atul Dodiya
Sabari Throwing Rings into the Chakki
Signed and dated in English (lower left)
2005
Mixed media on handmade paper
50 x 40 in (127 x 101.6 cm)

Sixth from a limited edition of twenty prints

The mixed media used is 4-colour lithograph with handcolouring on handmade STPI cotton and linen paper.

EXHIBITED:
The Wet Sleeves of My Paper Robe (Sabari in Her Youth: After Nandalal Bose), Bodhi Art, Mumbai, 2005; Bodhi Art at Sumukha Art Gallery Bangalore, 2006; Bodhi Art, Singapore, New Delhi and New York, 2006

PUBLISHED:
The Wet Sleeves of My Paper Robe (Sabari in Her Youth: After Nandalal Bose), Bodhi Art, Mumbai, 2006

Category: Print Making
Style: Figurative


 









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