19.7 x 25.5 in. / 50.0 x 64.8 cm.
Ink and waterproof ink on paper
Sakti Burman, who moved to France in the Fifties, making it his home, invariably evoked in his art, a nostalgia for India, memories of a rich childhood spent watching jatras or village fetes and observing the hustle-bustle of the everyday life in Calcutta. These memories seemed to melt in Burman’s paintings, created through his ‘marbling’ technique, which he discovered by accident and continued with it, thus, making it his artistic oeuvre. This Untitled painting, possibly, is a visual imprint of a folk tale from the artist’s memory of a happy childhood.
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