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A London-based art collection since 2006 specialising in Indian, Sri Lankan and Pakistani modern and contemporary art serving our clientele online and through annual exhibitions throughout London

The comedy of modern India is a subject that amuses the artist very much. Here Shankar shows us a call centre and an operator chatting to her friend on the computer when she should be working!
Chatting from the Office Cabin (2006) By S. Ravi Shankar
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Untitled (Landscape) (2009) By P. Jayakani
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Nati Binodini I (2007) By Gogi Saroj Pal
Humanity: We see people in our space as separate. But man is not in space but in humanity. But we see this 'humanity' abstractly or sentimentally, not understanding that it may have continuity in higher dimensions, and exist as a whole, of which each (1992) By Dante Elsner
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Ladder, full moon & figures (2000) By Tasaduq Sohail
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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
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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
The imprint of longing, the treachery of distances (2008) By Anoma
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
Untitled V (2005) By P. Gopinath
The comedy of modern India is a subject that amuses the artist very much. Here Shankar shows us a call centre and an operator chatting to her friend on the computer when she should be working!