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If doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. Blake’s dictum is corresponding to Ravi’s art in more than a single way. The backdrop itself is made to infuse a dreamscape into the banality of everyday representation of life. The young girl is painted in away to subvert the everyday definition of beauty itself. The infiniteness of the psyche is externalized to the canvas to broaden the perceptive horizon of the viewer. The face which is reminiscent of Frieda Kahlo’s paintings is intended to be a symbol of innocence than experience.
|Dimensions||48 x 48 in|
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