New York-based Indian artist Zarina Hashmi, finest recognized for creating easy, minimalist, but highly effective works, handed away on Saturday following an extended sickness. She was 83.

In an announcement to media, Delhi-based gallerist and Hashmi’s good friend Renu Modi mentioned, “She handed away after an extended sickness, however she died peacefully, in London the place she was dwelling together with her niece and nephew.”

Throughout her lengthy illustrious profession, Hashmi showcased her works throughout the globe together with at Modi’s Gallery Espace (New Delhi); Galerie Jaeger Bucher (Paris); Museum of Fashionable Artwork (New York), Mills School Museum (Oakland); and Alana Gallery (Oslo). Hashmi gained a number of accolades throughout her creative profession, together with the Residency Award on the New York College’s Asian/Pacific/American Institute and Artist in Residence on the College of Richmond, each in 2017. She additionally acquired the President’s Award for Printmaking, India in 1969.