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Apples, cherries and Waterjug

By Basil Joseph Varghese - View Profile

Like human life, fruit is perishable and ephemeral, and thus many critics firmly believe that fruit acts as a representation of the transient nature of our existence. When the fruit in the portrayals appears to be fresh and ripe, this stands as a symbol of abundance, bounty, fertility, youth and vitality.  We are proud of Basil Joseph Varghese, an Artist with Autism Spectrum Disorder who has signed up to list his painting & share a part of the proceeds because everyone can be great at Giving.

This painting is a part of “A shot at Life” Campaign. Half the proceeds from this artwork go to the artist and the other half goes toward saving a premature baby. Help us give premature babies, A second shot at Living for the very first time. We can help save 300 thousand premature babies each year from succumbing to death. These fragile new lives, need immediate financial and medical support to survive. Artists with Disabilities of whom some are premature babies themselves have come in solidarity with Milap to solve this massive problem.

Visit the Milap fund raiser here  to know more..

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12.5x10 inches


Acrylic on Canvas

Creation Year


Rs. 12,999


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