SERIGRAPH, 1990 Collection Anant Art Delhi
Jyoti Bhatt’s Ganesha serigraph original was part of his solo exhibition at Bihar Museum Patna last year. Bhatt told me the beauty of Ganesha is its form that transcends all faiths and unites minds.
Known as the giver of counsel and remover of obstacles for humans and deities alike, although his elephant-headed form lends a playful quality, Ganesha's significance is profound…Continue
Added by Uma Nair on September 18, 2021 at 7:43am — No Comments
PRAMOD MANN : TREE NYMPH Black marble
ART PILGRIM, DELHI
On a pedestal stood a black marble head, a face of aquiline features, it had a charisma that drew me to its compositional control and clarity of thought. Instantly I wanted to know who it was and I was told the name of Pramod Mann. In 31 years I have never come across his name or work, but this work called Tree Nymph drew me into its maw.
I came back…Continue
Added by Uma Nair on September 17, 2021 at 7:00am — No Comments
RICHARD AVEDON PORTRAITS:
Yesterday I came across a stunning expressive portrait of Edward Gorey taken by the brilliant Richard Avedon.This black and white study is at once austere and full of a deep sense of calm as well as a rare melancholy that is born of meditation. It has Gorey's cat nestled around his neck like a warm furry muffler. The cat is comfortable seated in reverie curled around her master's nack happy to have a place to sink into langour as it were.
Added by Uma Nair on September 16, 2021 at 8:47am — No Comments
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