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From DAG World website: Hailing from a rural background in Andhra Pradesh, Laxma Goud did a diploma in painting and drawing from the Government College of Fine Arts and Architecture in Hyderabad, and a post-diploma from M. S. University, Baroda. The shift to Baroda made him sensitive to the uniqueness of his rural heritage. By the late Sixties, he had evolved a distinct style that reflected a pan-natural sexuality seen in terms of spontaneous, uninhibited passions, unfettered by the puritanical ethics of the urban middle class. The erotic indulgence highlighted by the intermingling of male and female, vegetal and animal forms along with a direct rural simplicity charged his works with a palpable sensuousness.

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K Laxma Goud | Torana, 2004 | Ceramic | Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA)