A room with a view
Rare and unseen drawings by art masters offer a peek into their creative process
An ink on paper drawing of the late abstract artist Vasudeo Gaitonde, dated 1985, reveals a series of scribbles that resemble the script of a familiar yet unknown language, whose words seem poised at the tips of our tongue, unable to come out. Strong, thick lines of varying length course through the piece—a common graphic novel technique to indicate lines of writing—while large spherical shapes hang from them at intervals.
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