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EVERY BIBLIOPHILE’S FANTASY – RARE COLLECTIBLE BOOKS & EPHEMERAS
StoryLTD’s upcoming online auction of Rare Collectible Books and Ephemera on Indian Art is a collector’s paradise for connoisseurs of Indian art. With 93 lots on offer, the online sale presents an extraordinary glimpse into the last 140 years of Modern and Contemporary Indian Art.
MEERA DEVIDAYAL | WATER HAS MEMORY
Water has memory. Of the constantly transforming facets of land; of the persistent negotiations; of itself being overpowered and spurned, and gradually abused by the massive civilisational agendas. Water has seen the advancements and continues to watch the interminable alterations made to the geography, simultaneously getting tarnished.
EARLY SIGNS OF A CREATIVE GENIUS
Making realistic art close to perfection, mastering dimensions, intellectual brilliance, speed painting and for that matter even eccentricity is not what defines a Child Art Prodigy. A fine example of this as a misconception are Vincent van Gogh’s atypical school drawings. At a glance these on no account can be called exceptional for a child.
Thayada Shamsudheen's (b. 1986) paintings are driven by ruminations on themes like ancient history, folklore and science. Coming from this place of thought, his paintings form themselves with firm strokes and intuitive colours. They evoke a sense of forgotten and hidden perspectives. The Bangalore-based artist works primarily with oils.