Mount Lavinia Beach, Ceylon, 1948
A hope-filled, almost California-esque celebration of hedonism depicted on Mount Lavinia Beach in 1948 by CKL Samarasinghe. CKL captures both the feeling of freedom and the advent of gender equality in the air at the end of WWII and more importantly the feeling of freedom from colonial rule as 1948 was the year the British left the Island paradise forever.
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|Artist / Production Entity:||C.K.L. Samarasinha|
|Dimensions:||100 x 155cm / 39.4" x 61"|
|Location where created:||Colombo|
|Era / Date of Original Release:||1948|