the graphic is an isometric plan view of mughal animals loitering, all so dainty in their shahi garden.
they use the term bāgh, baug, bageecha or bagicha for garden. this word developed a new meaning in india, as babur explains; india lacked the fast-flowing streams required for the central asian charbagh. the agra garden, now known as the ram bagh, is thought to have been the first charbagh. india, bangladesh and pakistan have a number of mughal gardens which differ from their central asian predecessors with respect to “the highly disciplined geometry”.
this mix media graphic was broken down into tiny arches revealing little by little of this baag.
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style: hand drawn // mix media
medium : mounted canvas print (with edges wrapped around the back stretcher frame) + profile black frame
frame size: 24″ x 18″ / h x l
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