Atul Dodiya | S.S. Rajputana | Print on paper | 14" x 16" | 2008
Signed, Limited Edition of 300
A limited edition, signed print of Atul Dodiya’s seminal watercolour from the series titledRe-Imagining Bapupainted in 1999, which was inspired by various events in Gandhi’s life juxtaposed with references from diverse sources. This is one of twelve in the series and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
Widely considered one of India’s most significant artists, Atul Dodiya became known in the '90s for his hyperrealist paintings depicting middle-class Indian life and for his watercolour and oil series on Mahatma Gandhi. His narratives are populated by diverse traditions in painting, the written word, images from the media, saints and legends, national history, political events, traumata and autobiographical narratives.
Prints are shipped unframed and rolled. Size given is of printed area, excluding white border.