Posted on October 15, 2007
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15 responses to “Saira Waseem narrates Global Traumas – Miniature Painting”

  1. Faizan says:

    sallam o aleikum pls mujy painting karny ka bhot shoq hai kya app meri hellp kar shkty ho is mujy kuch sika shkty ho

  2. Rafay Kashmiri says:


    you are right, was “on” 7th, had nice discussion with some
    one looked like Omar Khayyam !! when finished, left with
    the whole sort of analogous of Khad-o-khaal, arriving 21st
    discovered Saira’s 9 Noor Jehans with her collections
    of saris (not all of them) with her lamutanahi “gaisou-e-muatar ” all using the same swiming pool.

    Beautiful colour combination with very fine features.

  3. jaded says:

    Raza Kashmiri———- grow up buddy you are not living in 7th century wake up to the reality of 21st century these painting are beautifull and anything which is b’ful should be brought up and Sadia thanks for prompting these guys to get this work to India ( By the way sadia dehlivi) is a very well known journalist in India based in Delhi

  4. Riaz Hussain says:

    Great writeup.

    Ahsan, I believe the ‘man and woman’ painting you mention on the front page is based on the famous Sadequian painting.

  5. Zia Hashmi says:

    Thanks Raza for this post. Had there been no mention of pakistani artist, i would have considered it a work of some giant miniaturist from Italy. Simply brilliant! Best thing about these miniature paintings is the outstanding ability to summ up varied opinions and thinkings about monumental contemporary challenges in both pakistan and at the global stage. Also i liked the color and presentation. Paintings are really catchy and speak for themselves.