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Two of the earliest works in Ferdinands' series, 'Coiled' and 'Snakin' both share a serpentine shape in mauve makng them unidentical twins of sorts.
Snakin' (2018) By Frances Ferdinands
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Painted in the dark by candlelight, this was created by Barot to have the audience thinking about the annihilation of this species. The tiger's tongue deliberately references Kali, the Hindu Goddess of Death and Destruction.
Tiger (2018) By Priya Barot
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Kudallur may describe this as a 'red' but it is clear that the abstract painting is so much more.
Untitled II (Red abstract) (2007) By Achuthan Kudallur
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Perhaps one of the most surreal, and certainly one of the largest works produced by the pen and ink maestro, S. Ravi Shankar.
Birth of an unusual dream (2009) By S. Ravi Shankar
One of only two tempera paintings in The Noble Sage Collection, this stands out as a representation of Indian history as well as an important work in South Indian art history.
Village Women (1947) By S. Dhanapal
Woman I & II are conceived as a pair though painted as separate works. Facing in different directions, the women is a classic depiction of a Selvaraj lady: her hair curly, buxom-breasted, elongated eye slits and adorned with jewellery. The works have an ethereal quality in the way the sitters merge and emerge from the background.
Woman I (2008) By A. Selvaraj
T. Athiveerapandian leads the collection as the most sought after abstract artist of the gallery. Looking at this canvas one can clearly see why.
Untitled (2014) By T. Athiveerapandian
The wide smile of the performer is made ludicrous by his nudity. His walk backwards on his hands and feet likewise looks slapstick, a parody of the seriousness of modern life. Chowdhury characters such as these are fascinating as they are rarely placed in a distinct surrounding. It is as if they could be everywhere and anywhere in our world. Works such as this seemingly ridiculing our human drama have a dark core inspired by the traumatic experiences of partition, dislocation and isolation.
Acrobat (2002) By Jogen Chowdhury
The Noble Sage is an umbrella for many different activities from South Asian art exhibitions in London to Education Workshops and custom art tours in London.
The Noble Sage is an umbrella for many different activities
It is difficult to see in this image the effect of the mixed media Siva has used to create this painting. In reality there is great dexterity used to manifest a very subtle, mysterious finish to this painting.
Amirtham II (Inner search for Divine Offering) (2008) By M. Siva
Each of the works in this series is named after a quotation made by an artist, philosopher, writer or poet. Each work also contains a small figure in red. This Anoma says is Greta Thunberg, the young Swedish climate activist.
Nature never did betray the heart that loved her - William Wordsworth (2019) By Anoma
Many regard Bhaskaran's cat drawings as his signature image. The artist clearly relishes the character, body shape and pose of the animal.
Cat II (2001) By R.B. Bhaskaran