Artist: Avinash Chandra (Indian / British 1931-1991) Title: (female nude)Medium: watercolorSize: 28,5 x 17cm (centimeters - area drawing)Date: 801s decade NOTE: out of the frame Avinash Chandra (1931-1991) is best known for his abstracted yet sexualized representations of the female body, inspired by the tradition of Indian erotic art. Along with F.N. Souza, Avinash Chandra was part of a generation of Indian expatriate artists, who found success in London in the 1960â€™s. Chandra was the subject of a 1962 BBC television documentary â€˜Art of Avinash Chandraâ€™, and was the first Indian British artist to be featured at the Tate Gallery in London, and the first Indian artist to exhibit at Documenta in Kassel. Avinash Chandraâ€™s paintings are included in the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, Tate Gallery and Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Musee d'Art Moderne, Paris, Museum of Modern Art, and other important public and private collections.