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Indian Artist B.R. Bodale

Fruit Seller At Bus Stop

Fruit Seller At Bus Stop

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This artwork is sure to brighten up any room! It comes as a rolled canvas, which makes it easy to transport and hang no matter where you are in the world. Simply hang it up and watch your space come to life!

Size: 48 x 72 in | 121.92 x 182.88 cm
Year: 2022, Medium: Oil On Canvas

About Artist

Born in 1952 in Shahpur, B.R. Bodale is a self-taught painter who has a deep connection to folk art. Despite being formally trained, he believes in expressing himself through painting as fine art, drawing inspiration from the essential human experiences of birth, life, love, laughter, myth, reality, and other innocent activities of rural life. His work is characterized by a grassroots approach, rooted in memories from his childhood, and focuses on the simple lives of rural folk. Bodale's art captures the essence of this world and seeks to reinvent it on canvas.

All artists are driven by the desire to give physical expression to their ideas and emotions. B.R. Bodale encapsulates this with his mantra, "Be your own light". By universalizing his personal experiences, he creates representations of people and events that hold significant emotional weight for him and with whom he shares a deep psychological connection.


New Vidhan Sabha Bhavan, Bhopal, Bharat Bhavan Bhopal, Dabur (Indira Barman, New Delhi Private Collection), U.S.A, Japan, France, Germany, Dubai, England, Korea, Australian in Private Collection, International Apollo Tyre, New Delhi, Sunil Munjal Hero Cycles, Ludhiana, Krigh Chakravarti, Canada, Greig Davis, Hong Kong, Mr. & Mrs. Khemka, Hong Kong, Strish Saraf Dubai, Mr. Rolf Schneider Germany, IFC Bank Delhi, HCL Bank, Delhi and in private collection across globe.

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