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Sadequain and Albert Camus

Brief discussion of Sadequain’s suite of illustrations for Albert Camus’ seminal novel L’Etranger. Continue reading

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Bashir Mirza’s ‘Portrait of Pakistan’

The Pakistani artist Bashir Mirza is best known for his series Lonely Girls. These colourful and striking depictions of women were executed throughout the 1970s following his return from Germany, where he spent a number of years and took various … Continue reading

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Sadequain, Pakistan’s Picasso

Sadequain is widely regarded as one of the most important Pakistani artists of the 20th century whose oeuvre includes works on canvas and paper, calligraphy, poetry as well as gigantic murals, such as those at the Lahore museum, The State … Continue reading

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