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Untitled and more art by Chittaprosad

Untitled
9.8 x 14.3 inch (h x w)
brush
pen and ink on paper

Chittaprosad’s rendering of an armed revolutionary peasant march marks a shift from his Soviet-inspired aesthetics to a regional folk idiom. His experiments with form may have been inspired by CPI leader and friend, P.C. Joshi, who had suggested to him the importance of not only representing but also communicating with the people. The human figures no longer have the pretence of realism or muscularity; rather, the artist focuses on the inevitability of their rhythmic march forward through powerful, fluid lines. Once again, Chittaprosad highlights the presence of two figures – a woman and a man – reminding us that any collective is made up of many individual lives.

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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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