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ATUL DODIYA (b.1959)

SABARI SHIFTING HER HOME, 2005

"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..... 

Estimate: Rs 2,00,000-Rs 3,00,000 ( $3,390-$5,085 )


Sabari shifting her Home

Signed and dated in English (lower left)

2005

4-colour lithograph on handmade STPI cotton and linen paper

50 in x 40 in   |  127 cm x 101.6 cm


Second from a limited edition of twenty


EXHIBITED AND PUBLISHED: The Wet Sleeves of My Paper Robe (Sabari in Her Youth: After Nandalal Bose), Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI), 2006, Bodhi Art, New York, 2006