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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF PINAKIN PATEL

Oil on canvas
1989
21 5/8 × 19 3/8 in. (55 × 50.1 cm.)

Signed and dated ‘PARAMJIT SINGH / 89’ lower right
and further signed and dated ‘PARAMJIT SINGH / 89’ on reverse

‘When one is in empathy with Nature, it is only natural to feel a certain oneness with it. Looking at a landscape, it is only natural to feel a certain oneness with it. Looking at a landscape, it is quite possible for one to travel – not physically but spiritually – and reach that space. It becomes a kind of destination.

This involvement of the viewer with the painting imbues it with a human presence unique to it. And because one can never exhaust the mysteries on Nature, such journeys can never end.

...I am a contemporary painter...my involvement with Nature is my source of artistic sustenance. I believe it is due to this that my landscapes – inspite of the presence of physical elements like trees, water, grass, etc. – tend to lean towards abstraction. For me, the physical elements of a landscape are the point of departure.’

(Artist in conversation with Baruna Bhattacharya, ‘Deep Impressions’, Paramjit Singh 1994, exhibition catalogue, Centre of International Modern Art, Kolkata, 1994, p. 9)
Condition: The colours of the original are slightly brighter than the catalogue illustration. The painting has been recently cleaned and varnished. Overall good condition.

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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF PINAKIN PATEL

Oil on canvas
1989
21 5/8 × 19 3/8 in. (55 × 50.1 cm.)

Signed and dated ‘PARAMJIT SINGH / 89’ lower right
and further signed and dated ‘PARAMJIT SINGH / 89’ on reverse

‘When one is in empathy with Nature, it is only natural to feel a certain oneness with it. Looking at a landscape, it is only natural to feel a certain oneness with it. Looking at a landscape, it is quite possible for one to travel – not physically but spiritually – and reach that space. It becomes a kind of destination.

This involvement of the viewer with the painting imbues it with a human presence unique to it. And because one can never exhaust the mysteries on Nature, such journeys can never end.

...I am a contemporary painter...my involvement with Nature is my source of artistic sustenance. I believe it is due to this that my landscapes – inspite of the presence of physical elements like trees, water, grass, etc. – tend to lean towards abstraction. For me, the physical elements of a landscape are the point of departure.’

(Artist in conversation with Baruna Bhattacharya, ‘Deep Impressions’, Paramjit Singh 1994, exhibition catalogue, Centre of International Modern Art, Kolkata, 1994, p. 9)
Condition: The colours of the original are slightly brighter than the catalogue illustration. The painting has been recently cleaned and varnished. Overall good condition.

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