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Very limited edition of 4 prints on Archival Canson Paper
Hand-drawn, hand-carved, hand-printed


I happen to drive past this lane in my Calcutta neighbourhood very frequently, my eyes always pausing to hold on to it, trying to take in all of its quiet mystery, feeling a recurrent urge to stop my car and get physically closer to it. But perhaps I wanted to savour this mystery itself, and so never stopped to walk down inside it. This woodcut is my attempt to forever capture its quaint charm and curious appeal.

Some elements that I'd like to highlight, which particularly draw me towards this lane (although I do believe here that the whole is certainly greater than the sum of its parts!) are the green French-style shutter windows and the red house (known in Bengali as the quintessential 'laal bari'), typical features of colonial Calcutta; the hand-pulled rickshaw, a ubiquitous symbol of this city; the image of crows sitting on electrical wires (also a common sight); and the hints of a man with an umbrella walking down, his shadow more visible than him.


This is a single-block traditional woodcut print.

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Dwarkanath Ghosh Lane III (black and white) (2014)


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This artwork is sold by Amrita Saraogi from India

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