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Hope is a Girl Selling Fruit
Hope is a Girl Selling Fruit

Amrita Das (art); Gita Wolf & Susheela Varadarajan (text, from the Hindi original by Amrita Das)


In the light of continuing debates on Indian women's mobility and choices, young Mithila painter from Bihar, India, Amrita Das offers a disarmingly fresh perspective on being female and an artist in the making.


Amrita Das (art); Gita Wolf & Susheela Varadarajan (text, from the Hindi original by Amrita Das)


In the light of continuing debates on Indian women's mobility and choices, young Mithila painter from Bihar, India, Amrita Das offers a disarmingly fresh perspective on being female and an artist in the making.

Her visual tale is gentle yet resolute, the art treading a fine balance between tradition and innovation. In the process, she manages to steer the Mithila tradition of women's art away from the domesticity of its origins to actually questioning the traditional confines of women's lives.

Hope is a Girl Selling Fruit is a reflective account of a young woman’s thoughts and feelings as she comes into contact with the larger world.



Price: $ 16.95
Sale Price: $ 12.70 / Rs 400.00

Tiger Love
Tiger Love
Artist: Sankari, Village: Borda
22" by 17.5"

A joyously vibrant, animal-themed screenprint done by the women of the Meena tribe (as seen in the book Nurturing Walls).

Largely unseen outside the walls of Meena villages in Rajasthan (India), this screenprinted image stems from a rich and quietly thriving tradition of art known as Mandana.

Go here to view more about the book launch and accompanying print exhibit at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London.


Price: $ 30
Sale Price: $ 21 / Rs 1000

Menagerie
Menagerie
Artist: Unknown, Village: Unknown
22" by 17.5"

A joyously vibrant, animal-themed screenprint done by the women of the Meena tribe (as seen in the book Nurturing Walls).

Largely unseen outside the walls of Meena villages in Rajasthan (India), this screenprinted image stems from a rich and quietly thriving tradition of art known as Mandana.

Go here to view more about the book launch and accompanying print exhibit at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London.


Price: $ 30.00
Sale Price: $ 21.00 / Rs 1000.00

Peacocks of All Ages
Peacocks of All Ages
Artist: Unknown, Village: Devali
22" by 17.5"

A joyously vibrant, animal-themed screenprint done by the women of the Meena tribe (as seen in the book Nurturing Walls).

Largely unseen outside the walls of Meena villages in Rajasthan (India), this screenprinted image stems from a rich and quietly thriving tradition of art known as Mandana. Go here to view more about the book launch and accompanying print exhibit at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London.


Price: $ 30.00
Sale Price: $ 21.00 / Rs 1000.00

Mothers
Mothers
Artist: Bajrangi, Village: Borif
22" by 13.25"

A joyously vibrant, animal-themed screenprint done by the women of the Meena tribe (as seen in the book Nurturing Walls).

Largely unseen outside the walls of Meena villages in Rajasthan (India), this screenprinted image stems from a rich and quietly thriving tradition of art known as Mandana.

Go here to view more about the book launch and accompanying print exhibit at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London.


Price: $ 30.00
Sale Price: $ 21.00 / Rs 1000.00

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