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Mohd Feroz Khan  cv
Mohd Feroz Khan has spent the last eight years studying under India's infamous painter Manjit Bawa. Feroz's father Ibrahim, a banner painter from Delhi, has also played an inspirational role in his life. Together the two generations of artist seek out inspiration from their surrounding environment. Feroz Khan's latest series of works focuses on the deprived areas of New Delhi. Haunting images of the elderly, rickshaw workers, beggars and children all hope to sensitively reflect some of the despondency he finds within the city. In 2004 Feroz Khan traveled to Barcelona to work on a project with Rajiv Sethi. Currently living in New Delhi, his work is in private collections across India and abroad.
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Coconut Seller
Coconut Seller

oil on canvas

2013

180 by 152cm. (72" x 60.8")
£ 4430
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Auto Rickshaw
Auto Rickshaw

oil on canvas

2006

120 by 90cm. (48" x 36")
SOLD
   
Balloon with cycle
Balloon with cycle

oil on canvas

2006

150 by 120cm. (60" x 48")
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Dwarf with fruit shop
Dwarf with fruit shop

oil on canvas

2006

120 by 90cm. (48" x 36")
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Garments Shop
Garments Shop

oil on canvas

2006

120 by 90cm. (48" x 36")
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Horse with old man
Horse with old man

oil on canvas

2006

150 by 120cm. (60" x 48")
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Rickshaw
Rickshaw

oil on canvas

2006

137 by 102cm. (54.8" x 40.8")
SOLD
   
Tea shop
Tea shop

oil on canvas

2006

120 by 90cm. (48" x 36")
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Three Hunters
Three Hunters

oil on canvas

2006

120 by 90cm. (48" x 36")
SOLD