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The message conveyed through these four paintings is a thought-provoking one. Our ancestors relied on hunting for survival when there were limited means of sustenance available to them. However, we have been fortunate enough to inherit the gift of farming, which provides us with an abundance of food to fill our stomachs. Given this privilege, it prompts us to question why we continue to hunt animals simply for pleasure or as a source of food. With the resources and options available in today's world, there seems to be no need for such concerns.

Size: 36 x 48 inch

Meet the Artist

Anirudh Kumar
Anirudh Kumar, born in Uttar Pradesh, draws inspiration from his roots in the small Nehru Camp slum of India. Guided by his guru Ram Onkar, his artistic journey is a reflection of the cultural richness that shaped his upbringing. While his father works in a clothes press, Anirudh supports him, intertwining familial bonds with his creative expression. Through his art, he endeavors to weave a tapestry that echoes the vibrant heritage and experiences of his community in Delhi.

Artwork Specs

Size 36 x 48 inch
Medium Mix media on canvas
Artwork Care Do not wash
Packaging Details Box packing, Bubble wrap