Draped in Grace

Draped in Grace

By Somali K Chakrabarti

Shringar , Jamini Roy

Image Courtesy CM Fine Arts

Willowy woman decks

in humble drape, exudes

fine feminine grace

Sringar” is a masterpiece painting by Jamini Roy (1887-1972),one of the most renowned Indian artists of the twentieth century . Broad brush strokes, simple forms, stretched eyes, decorative borders and use of flat colours are the dominant motifs in “Jamini Roy” paintings.

 

A Haiku is a Japanese poem consisting of 17 syllables in 3 lines, with 5 syllables in the first and third lines and 7 in the second.

 

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  • A different one this is, I get the idea and agree to it ????

  • lovely! well portrayed Somali :-)
    Cheers, Archana

  • Poem depicts the pic quite well. ????????

  • Embracing grace :-) Amazing poem and painting Somali.

  • A beautiful Haiku poetry depicting feminine grace along with the Master Painter Jamini Roy’s painting.
    Simplicity also enhances the feminine grace.

  • Lovely poetry in praise of a woman’s grace. ???? ???? ????

  • The lines exude the same riveting charm as the strokes of Jamini Roy!

  • Sensuous verses in tandem with the strokes!

  • Lovely :-) Sometimes the simplest is often not always the easiest to achieve :-) While I write poetry, I am no good at all at Haiku :-) And those simple brush strokes are amazingly good

  • The way Jamini Roy was graceful with her brush, the same way you are graceful with your words. Your Haiku is in tandem with the simple-looking yet extra-ordinary work of the great painter.

  • I really like this somali, you always capture feelings and ideas with grace!

  • Wow somali … Very well described the painting..Amazing.. Simplicity reflects more grace.. Have a good time.. :)

  • Feminine grace is wonderfully defined in a saree…the painting of Jamini Roy and your words, both are revealing that sartorial elegance… :-)

  • Lovely! Your haiku and the painting by Jamini Roy :-)

  • Jamini Roy’s painting is attractive and your short verse compliments it.

  • Another lovely Haiku. Such a beautiful painting, and your Haiku complements the painting.
    Have a great weekend!

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