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Arrival and Welcome, 'aati' at the In-Laws and the Kitchen, the Bride's Place

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A series of twelve paintings 'When Champa Grows Up'. Each depicts an episode in the life of a young girl who has an arranged marriage and is then murdered by her in-laws (a dowry murder). The paintings are based on the life of a young girl known to the artist.
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    tempera on sanghaneri paper

  • Measurements

    22 x 35 cm (E)

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  • Acquisition method

    purchased from the artist, 1986


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