New Delhi, Aug 24 (IANS) In his bid to reach out to art lovers with little money but great taste, art maestro M.F. Husain had created a number of serigraphs — to be sold at prices unusual for a “Husain” — some of which are on display at The Good Design Studio here.
Exhibited at a group show “Bengal to Bombay”, his serigraph series also contain a set of eight Ganesha works, called the “Ashtavinayak” series.
The exhibition has been mounted in collaboration with Bangalore-based Tangerine Art Space, whose head Leena Chethan told IANS that prices of these signed prints start from as low as Rs 10-20 thousand.
Also on exhibition are works on tempera created in 1950s and 1960s by master modernist Jamini Roy.
Viewers can also find specimen of stone art by Rahul Singhal and silver furniture by Vidit Jain in the exhibition.
The exhibition, which opened on Thursday, is open to public till September 20.