33.5 x 35.7 in. / 85.1 x 90.7 cm.
Acrylic on canvas
Ganesh Haloi, who had started his career copying Ajanta murals and earned early renown for his realist landscapes, turned towards ‘metascapes’ or abstract landscapes in 1970s, his works revealing conversations between land, earth and sky but devoid of any human presence. Long after the Kolkata-based artist began the new chapter of his career, he continues to experiment with the genre, of which this work is a fairly recent example. This Untitled work creates the microcosm of the rural Bengal countryside through a metaphysical hut that evokes the colours of nature from Haloi’s childhood spent in Jamalpur in present-day Bangladesh.
|Art Artist Names Single||Ganesh Haloi|