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Edition of 10
Dimensions: 40.6cm(H) x 30.5cm(W) / 16.0"(H) x 12.0"(W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
8.5 x 11 inches original woodcut print on archival acid free Schoeller paper
Limited edition of 10 prints
The first of a series on the street scenes of contemporary Calcutta, with the figures made in traditional 19th-Century Calcutta woodcut style. This style of woodcut prints had the same stylistic imagination as the Kalighat paintings, which can be seen in the figures here.
This is a single-block woodcut print, where the image is carved on a wood block, inked, and the impression is taken on paper.
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Hometown: Calcutta, India
Based in: Singapore
Amrita is a post-lunch, afternoon printmaker, with a background in Social Anthropology from the London School of Economics. She has trained and worked closely with a master printmaker in Calcutta; has completed a residency at East London Printmakers, and exhibits her work widely all over the world. She loves to explore several techniques of printmaking, such as woodcut, etching, lithography, screen-printing, et al, and finds particular interest in experimenting with non-toxic methods, such as kitchen lithography, mokuhanga, and solar etching. Her recent artwork attempts to express her exploration of strong personal insights, and lasting memories of occupied intimate spaces.
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