The Print Collection
Laxma Goud (b. 1940)

Laxma Goud (b. 1940) is known for his versatile printmaking skills. His work often explores various aspects of rural life, and women are a significant part of these narratives. Goud's artistic style is known for its unique blend of traditional Indian folk-art elements and contemporary expression. His depictions of women often reflect the daily lives, rituals, and cultural nuances of rural communities. Goud's artwork also includes sensual or intimate themes characterized by a cultural and contextual sensitivity.

Laxma Goud's work has been exhibited widely in India and internationally, and he continues to be a prominent figure in the Indian art scene. His legacy extends beyond his artistic creations, as he has played a significant role in shaping the contemporary art landscape in India.

Laxma Goud - Untitled (Landscape)
Copper etching on paper, 22” x 27”

Laxma Goud - Woman with goat
Etching on paper, 11” x 7”

Laxma Goud - Erotic Couple with dog) 
Zinc etching, 10 ¾” x 19 ½”

Laxma Goud - Green Face 
Etching on paper, 12 ” x 10”