Anupam Sud, ‘The Prince and the Frog’, Print, Etching on paper, Latitude 28
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Anupam Sud

The Prince and the Frog

Etching on paper
38 1/2 × 19 1/2 in
97.8 × 49.5 cm
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Latitude 28

Edition 10 of 15

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Anupam Sud
Indian, b. 1944
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My print pictures can by no means convert into painterly photos for the canvas, as the operating frame itself rebels. while photos enter my mind, I see textures that belong either to etching or to painting. I see no smooth conversions because the fundamental temperament of every manner varies and so do approaches of arriving on the cease result."

Anupam Sud became born in Hoshiarpur in Punjab in 1944. She studied on the university of artwork, New Delhi in 1967 and in 1971-72 studied print-making at the Slade faculty, London, beneath a British Council scholarship. running specially with intaglio prints, Sud fuses her expertise of different intaglio strategies with lithography and display screen-printing. Her zinc plates breathe with a existence, now suggesting the contours of a sculpture, now hinting at the warmth of oils. but always restraint seems to be the keynote of her paintings. at the same time as her sympathies and worries are regularly feminist, a ordinary topic in her paintings is the not unusual human quandary. Her subjects are frequently introspective and fatalistic - existing in a international this is falling aside.

She acknowledges many influences: her father who had a love for bodybuilding, detective memories, Punjabi theatre, and her mother who favored classical song and read the Upanishads. She additionally grew as an artist underneath the guidance of Somnath Hore in Delhi, whose paintings she carefully related to.

extra metaphorical than direct, her work isn't like that of traditional printmakers in that she does now not depend on the monochromatic satisfactory, inherent on this medium, to make a announcement.

Anupam's paintings has advanced in stages. From the rather architectural bureaucracy, limbs and human figures in the mid Nineteen Seventies to largely feminist subjects inside the late Seventies.

Anupam Sud, ‘The Prince and the Frog’, Print, Etching on paper, Latitude 28
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Latitude 28

Edition 10 of 15

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Anupam Sud
Indian, b. 1944
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My print pictures can by no means convert into painterly photos for the canvas, as the operating frame itself rebels. while photos enter my mind, I see textures that belong either to etching or to painting. I see no smooth conversions because the fundamental temperament of every manner varies and so do approaches of arriving on the cease result."

Anupam Sud became born in Hoshiarpur in Punjab in 1944. She studied on the university of artwork, New Delhi in 1967 and in 1971-72 studied print-making at the Slade faculty, London, beneath a British Council scholarship. running specially with intaglio prints, Sud fuses her expertise of different intaglio strategies with lithography and display screen-printing. Her zinc plates breathe with a existence, now suggesting the contours of a sculpture, now hinting at the warmth of oils. but always restraint seems to be the keynote of her paintings. at the same time as her sympathies and worries are regularly feminist, a ordinary topic in her paintings is the not unusual human quandary. Her subjects are frequently introspective and fatalistic - existing in a international this is falling aside.

She acknowledges many influences: her father who had a love for bodybuilding, detective memories, Punjabi theatre, and her mother who favored classical song and read the Upanishads. She additionally grew as an artist underneath the guidance of Somnath Hore in Delhi, whose paintings she carefully related to.

extra metaphorical than direct, her work isn't like that of traditional printmakers in that she does now not depend on the monochromatic satisfactory, inherent on this medium, to make a announcement.

Anupam's paintings has advanced in stages. From the rather architectural bureaucracy, limbs and human figures in the mid Nineteen Seventies to largely feminist subjects inside the late Seventies.

Anupam Sud

The Prince and the Frog

Etching on paper
38 1/2 × 19 1/2 in
97.8 × 49.5 cm
.
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