Shah was trained at the JJ School of Art in Mumbai. In 1962, he helped to found an artists group called Group 1980 also known as the Baroda School, which tried to find a new modern aesthetic at the time.
Himmat Shah’s drawings depict the changing form with the help of chaotic black lines. He uses form and space through a simple medium of pen to express his ideas. Here, his work depicts a figure made up of complex black lines in an empty space in the paper
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HIMMAT SHAH (b.1933)
Pen on paper
10.5 in x 14.5 in
Sold at Rs38,280 by StoryLtd