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Private Collection, Kolkata
Acquired from the above, 2011
[...] Ramkinkar was probably the first sculptor on the Indian art scene whom you can designate a ‘creative sculptor’; he sculpted for his own pleasure and did not cater to a patron’s whims.
- K.G. Subramanyan, ‘Ramkinkar and his Work’, Ramkinkar Vaij, Sculptures, New Delhi, 2007, p. 199
D. Prasad, Ramkinkar Vaij, Sculptures, New Delhi, 2007, pp. 80-81 (another from the edition illustrated twice)
Ramkinkar through the Eyes of Devi Prasad, exhibition catalogue, New Delhi, 2007 (another from the edition illustrated, unpagintated)
M. Menezes, 'A Private Passion', Art India, Vol. XIV, Issue II, 2009, p. 44 (another from the edition illustrated)
R. Siva Kumar, Ramkinkar Baij, A Retrospective 1906-1980, New Delhi, 2012, pp. 260-262 (another version illustrated thrice)
‘Behind the Lines’ The Hindu Metro Plus, New Delhi, 11 February 2012 (another version illustrated)
C. Padmanabhan, ‘Being universal by being local’, Frontline, New Delhi, 23 March 2012, p. 69 (another version illustrated)
The Art of Santiniketan, exhibition catalogue, New Delhi, 2015, p. 256 (illustrated twice)
New Delhi, The School of Arts & Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and Lalit Kala Akademi, Ramkinkar through the Eyes of Devi Prasad, 8-29 October 2007 and May 2010 (another from the edition)
New Delhi, National Gallery of Modern Art, Ramkinkar Baij, A Retrospective 1906-1980, February 2012 (another from the edition)