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Untitled and more art by Chittaprosad

Untitled
11.3 x 15 inch (h x w)
Linocut

The haunting eyes of an incarcerated man look down at us from behind bars, clutching them with both hands. Yet we see no anger in his eyes. Perhaps a sense of being wronged, or perhaps a dignified resignation. During India’s struggle for Independence and in the decades following, numerous women and men have languished behind bars on account of their disagreement with the state as to what is good for its people. During his days in Chittagong, Chittaprosad was closely in touch with many of them and in subsequent years, he must have seen several comrades suffer similar fates.

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other works by Chittaprosad

Untitled
19.5 x 28.6 inch (h x w)
Watercolour on paper

Untitled
13 x 9.1 inch (h x w)
Brush and ink on paper

Untitled
9.1 x 13 inch (h x w)
Linocut on paper

The First Letter Day Ceremony
9.4 x 16.5 inch (h x w)
Linocut

Untitled
14.3 x 10.4 inch (h x w)
Linocut

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more from VMH & DAG Museums

Quote
70 x 84 inch (h x w)

Untitled
19.5 x 28.6 inch (h x w)
Watercolour on paper

Untitled
13 x 9.1 inch (h x w)
Brush and ink on paper

Untitled
9.1 x 13 inch (h x w)
Linocut on paper

In Solidarity, In Solitude
52.8 x 31.2 inch (h x w)

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