The Goa Post – 2

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Angelo da Fonseca, who was known for his Indianised Christian themed art.

The two paintings, dated 1967 and 1959, represent the two most common dress forms worn in India, the sari and the three piece that includes a dupatta and kurta teamed with a salwar/chudidar.

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