Růžena Kamath – originally from Czechoslovakia – has lived in Bombay since the late 1940s. There, she acted as a link between the artist Chittaprosad and his Prague friends.
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Wille, Simone. “A Transnational Socialist Solidarity: Chittaprosad’s Prague Connection.” Modernism in Migration, special issue of Stedelijk Studies, no. 9, Fall 2019, n.p., https://stedelijkstudies.com/journal/a-transnational-socialist-solidarity-chittaprosads-prague-connection/. Accessed 15 March 2021.
Wille, Simone. “Chittaprosad’s Linocut Prints at the National Gallery Prague: Understanding Indo-Czech cultural Relations in the Postwar Era.” Bulletin of the National Gallery Prague, vol. 30, 2020, pp. 6–21, https://ngp-prod.brainz.cz/storage/3403/NGBULL2020_web.pdf. Accessed 15 March 2021.
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London, UK (1942–1948); Bombay, India (1948–?).
Scheme 6, 29 Road No. 1, Sion, Bombay (now Mumbai).
The friendship between František Salaba and Chittaprosad Bhattacharya (1915–1978), that developed in the 1950s, was based on their common enthusiasm for theater and puppet plays.
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