The artist interviewed in 1994 said, ‘I have tried to capture in my paintings what her presence meant to the destitute and the dying, the light and hope she brought by mere inquiry, by putting her hand over a child abandoned in the street. I did not cry at this encounter. I returned with so much strength and sadness that it continues to ferment within. That is why I try again and again, after a gap of time, in different medium.’ (IIa Pal rpt. Yashodhara Dalmia, The Making of Modern Indian Art: The Progressives, 1994, p. 116).
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