2013 | oil, acrylic, wooden board | 97x72x5 cm
Amrita Sher-Gil was the pioneer of the indian modern painting. Although she was born in Hungary, only few people know Her work here. On the 100th anniversary of Her birth BORSOS LŐRINC was working in India, so he decided to make a
paraphrase of Amrita's well known painting "Hungarian Village Market". The paraphrase was made beside the original painting for three days in the National Gallery of Modern Art in Delhi, with the extraordinary permission of the director of the museum.