Untitled, 2008
Saeed Akhtar

ON VIEW

The Fragmented Whole

Lubna Jehangir

The highly personal visions communicated in Lubna Jehangir’s paintings are steeped in Sufi tradition, inspiration drawn from Sufi thought, folklore and mythology. Her work has a dream like quality. The flowing lines and her colour application technique are stylized and have a rhythmic flow. Minuscule dots, that require a high degree of concentration, heighten the delicacy and intricate detail in her work. She defines the technique she employs as; “Miniaturist Pointillism” – an amalgamation of the west and east; “Pointillism”, a late 19th century school and “Miniature Painting”, a centuries old tradition of the east. Once when a fellow artist asked her, “why the dots?” Her response was “I fragment the line as I don’t like walking the straight and narrow!” Each dot is unique in shape, form and in intensity of its colour, like the stars that fill the night skies.

Interview with Lubna

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