Description

Artist Statement: "I find the gait of an elephant very inspiring and wanted to bring an element of motion into my version. And what better than the sight of an elephant in his natural habitat being purposeful and useful carrying green leaves to his mahout. His name is Hari Ali - a Hindu Muslim name that sounds like ‘haryali’ which means greenery in Hindi. He is also walking down one of the 101 corridors."

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This work ships from Sewri, Mumbai, India.

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Hari Ali, 2018
Lot Number 32
Acrylic paint and artificial plants
69 x 59 x 53 in (175.26 x 149.86 x 134.62 cm) - Additions have been made to this sculpture, and exact dimensions are estimated
Unique

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Hari Ali
  • Dimensions
    69 x 59 x 53 in (175.26 x 149.86 x 134.62 cm) - Additions have been made to this sculpture, and exact dimensions are estimated