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  • Description: Artwork created by Raj Kumar Das, best known as RK Das, one of the first generation rickshaw artists in Bangladesh, are seen at his studio in capital Dhaka, on May 8, 2012. The rickshaw art is a form of pop art that depicts our urban culture and folklore of Bangladesh. Rickshaws were first introduced in Bangladesh in the 1930s from Japan, where the three-wheeled vehicles were known as 'nintaku'. The idea of decorating the leg-powered contraptions took off in Bangladesh the 1950s with the tradition following the simple yet colourful style then used by painters producing movie billboards. A self-taught painter, Das first started painting rickshaw plates in 1953.
  • Date Created: 2012-05-08 00:00:00
  • Description Writer: Qamruzzaman
  • Filename: Q_Zaman__Bangladesh_Rickshaw_Art_25.jpg
  • File Date/Time: 1584257563
  • File Size: 3396979
  • File Type: 2
  • Mime Type: image/jpeg
  • Sections Found: ANY_TAG, IFD0, THUMBNAIL, EXIF
  • Image Description: Artwork created by Raj Kumar Das, best known as RK Das, one of the first generation rickshaw artists in Bangladesh, are seen at his studio in capital Dhaka, on May 8, 2012. The rickshaw art is a form of pop art that depicts our urban culture and folklore
  • Make: Canon
  • Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  • XResolution: 300/1
  • YResolution: 300/1
  • Resolution Unit: 2
  • Software: Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw 9.6.1 (Macintosh)
  • Date/Time: 2018:01:17 21:16:08
  • Exif IFD Pointer: 902
  • Exposure Time: 1/200
  • FNumber: 28/10
  • Exposure Program: 1
  • ISO Speed Ratings: 400
  • Exif Version: 0230
  • Date/Time Original: 2012:05:08 11:21:22
  • Date/Time Digitized: 2012:05:08 11:21:22
  • Shutter Speed Value: 7643856/1000000
  • Aperture Value: 2970854/1000000
  • Metering Mode: 3
  • Flash: 9
  • Focal Length: 45/1
  • Color Space: 65535
  • Exposure Mode: 1

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