Golden Glory

22 x 30 Inches
Vrindavan Solanki
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MediumSerigraph on paper
PublisherArcher Graphic Studio, Ahmedabad
ColourPrinted in 10 colours
Edition Size100

About Artist

Vrindavan Solanki
Vrindavan Solanki

Vrindavan Solanki was born in Junagadh, Gujarat in 1942. He studied Diploma in Painting from M.S. University, Vadodara in 1980, In 1982 he has completed his Post Diploma in... Read more


Limited Edition Serigraph printed in 10 colours on archival paper. This serigraph was published in an edition size of 100. This item will be shipped unframed, in a roll. The paper size is 22 x 30 inches, Image size is 19 x 26 inches. The print is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

This limited edition serigraph is part of a series titled ‘The Ahmedabad Serigraphs’ which consist of 33 serigraphs done by 33 different artists each serigraph is a window to the city, as seen from the eyes of the artist, each of who has presented a central idea of Ahmedabad as testimony of their feeling for the city.

Golden Glory, imparts a visual experience of the Old Walled city of Ahmedabad. According to Solanki this heritage tells the tale of a glorious past. This artwork shows the façade of the Pol housing on Gandhi Road of Ahmedabad, in very bold lines and a sketchy format. Further describing the housing format, he tells how the shops on the ground floor are run by families residing on floors stacked above that shop, and how all the balconies are facing towards that street to watch people pass by. The bird feeder (chabootra) is considered an iconic structure and symbolizes the culture of the closely knitted community of the Pol housing. People gather in the evening around it and chat. The gold colour of the chabootra is symbolic of the prosperity of this city. The colourful patches in the sky depict the kites, which are symbolic of how passionate people of Ahmedabad are for their festivals and celebrations and its vibrancy is highlighted using a wide spectrum of colours.