Three women

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Size : 36 X 36 in | 91.4 X 91.4 cm
Medium : Acrylic on Canvas
Style : Expressionism
Created in : 2014
Sold by : Gallery
Surface : Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
Lot No : MA242574
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Kanak Chanpa Chakma (born 6 May 1963) is a Bangladeshi Chakma artist who has won national and international awards and is renowned for her paintings depicting the lives of Bangladeshi ethnic minorities, focusing on the lives of women and their daily lives combining semi realistic and abstract in the same frame.She cites the "vivid colours of indigenous attire, the hills, forests, ‘jhum’ cultivation, pristine blue waterfalls, dance and music; in other words, anything that defines life in the hilly areas of Bangladesh" as major inspirations for her work, and says she has also been inspired by the Impressionist movement. Her paintings have been featured in over 100 exhibitions both at home and abroad, including Australia, India, the United States, Germany, France and England. Her source of inspiration is the daily life of the Chakma people and the natural beauty of her birthplace, Rangamati, and focuses on the representation of ethnic minorities in her work.