Gallery One

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Early Work
Ijaz ul Hassan in his early work relied upon simplicity of design and expression, deriving inspiration from familiar sights and objects. In the seventies he liked to employ alluring images clipped from a film poster, a newspaper or a magazine. Later these were used to express larger social and philosophical concerns.

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1. Courtyard at Quetta (1958)
16"X24" Oil on Board
Personal Collection

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2. Mosque at Quetta (1958)
Oil on Board
Collection: Jugnu and Najam Sethi

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3. Receding Images (1970)
Oil on Board 24" X 30"
Personal Collection

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4. Half Set (1969)
Oil on Canvas 24"x30",
Collection: Jugnu and Najam Sethi

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5. Striped Ribon (1970)
Oil on Paper, 30"x20",
Collection: Shehla and Tariq Saigol

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6. The Slit (1971)
Oil on Canvas 12” x 24”
Personal Collection

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7. Dancers (1970)
Oil on Board 30" X 24"
Personal Collection

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8. Bangladesh Saga
Triptich (1973)
Oil on Board 24” x 36"
Personal Collection

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9. Green Revolution (1974)
Oil on Canvas 72" X 48" Collection: Rehana and Chand Saigol Karachi

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10. Khooni chauk (’Bloody Crossing),
1972/73
Oil on Board 36" X 24"
Personal Collection

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11. Thah (Bang) (1974)
Oil on Canvas 48" X 72" Collection: Fukuka Art Museum, Japan.

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12. Face to Face(1972)
Oil on Board 24" X 36"
Collection: Rao Mehmud Elahi, Sharjah, UAE

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13. Mai Lai (1974)
Oil on Board 36" X 50"
Collection: Mian Humayun Naseer Sheikh, Lahore

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14. The Rifle Butt (1974)
Oil on Canvas 60" X 156"
Collection David Roberts, London

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