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5 x 6.7 inches original fine line etching
Very limited edition of 6 prints on beautiful deckle edged archival BFK Rives paper
Hand-drawn, hand-pulled


My first line etching, this has been inspired from a recent trip to the historical Ajanta and Ellora Caves in Maharashtra, India. This artwork depicts a scene from the Kailash Temple in Ellora, my favourite part of the caves. Here, a Hindu monk and a Buddhist monk are seen standing together, which is a reflection of the interesting coexistence of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain caves at Ellora. Although the different religions apparently inhabited the caves at different times, these caves are today visited by monks and people from different backgrounds at the same time.


This is a fine line etching made from a zinc plate, and the figures have been touched-up with some hand-colouring.

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This artwork is sold by Amrita Saraogi from India

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