28.0 x 15.0 in. / 71.1 x 38.1 cm.
Gouache on rice paper pasted on mount board
‘I merge so much with the landscape that I lose my identity; there is no sense of alienation, it is being one with the landscape,’ said Ganesh Haloi in one of the interviews some years ago. Rejecting figures in most of his paintings, Haloi turned to showing abstraction to reflect ‘mindscape’. Lines, motifs, and other geometrical shapes predominate in this Untitled work, a typical feature in many of Haloi’s paintings. The artist negotiates the visual vocabulary in the context of space, colour, form, and texture.
Singh, Kishore, ed., Indian Abstracts: An Absence of Form (New Delhi: DAG, 2014), p. 201
|Art Artist Names Single||Ganesh Haloi|