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Holi

Sandamali Angunawela

This is a drawing of a family showing their powder smeared colourful palms at a Holi Festival in India.
Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival. It marks the beginning of spring and is also celebrated as thanksgiving for a good harvest. People celebrate the festival by smearing each other with paint and throwing coloured powder and dye.

Drawing is unframed. Signed, dated on back. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
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  • 2D Works
  • Graphite, colour pencils and charcoal on board
  • 2021
  • 75.24 x 109.22 cm
    29.625 x 43 inch
$3,500

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