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  • Fountain pen art Intricate Owl

    THIS IS A FOUNTAIN PEN BASED MANDALA WORK OF AN OWL.

    1,900.00 incl. GST
  • Art Print, Invention of the Printing Press by Vivian Forbes

    Invention of the Printing Press by Vivian Forbes, Oil on Canvas

    Print on Art Paper

    Print size: 34 x 44 cm / 13.5 x 17.5 inch

    Born in 1891 in London, Vivian Forbes was an English soldier and painter. His subjects of painting were portraits and Sculptors,? historical subjects. He studied at Haileybury and later at Paris. He was elected to the International Society of Painters and Gravers in 1925. He died in 1937.

    This painting represents William Caxton who was an English merchant, writer and printer, at his residence in Westminster Hall. Caxton introduced the printing press to England in 1476. Forbes has avoided portraying Caxton his likeness as there was no authentic portrait of him for reference. Draped in a thick chrome yellow robe, Caxton stands in a posture of ease with his left leg in folded fashion atop a wooden stool. With his face turned in profile, he is seen examining a print, held in his hands. A crude printing press acts as another protagonist in this composition. Caxton’s headgear is tied in an informal fashion showing his approach towards dressing

    999.00 incl. GST
  • Sale! M.F. Husain Serigraph of Iqbal Cricket series Hand signed by M.F. Hussain 202/300 autograph

    M.F. Husain Serigraph of Iqbal Cricket series Hand signed by M.F. Hussain 202/300 autograph

    M. F. Husain About Artist Known as the Picasso of India, Maqbool Fida Husain was born in 1915 in Pandharpur in Maharashtra. He studied at Indore Art College before moving to Bombay where he went through a period of painting cinema hoardings. In 1947, he was one of the founding members of the Progressive Artists’ Group along with F. N. Souza, Khrishna Hawlaji Ara, Sayed Haider Raza and Sadanand K. Bakre. He participated in or has been the subject of numerous exhibitions throughout the world, including Sao Paulo Biennale in 1971, The Contemporary Indian Art exhibition at the Royal Academy, London, in 1982 and India, Myth and Reality: Aspects of Contemporary Indian Art exhibition at the MoMA, New York, in 1982. There have been many publications on his work, notably Richard Bartholomew and Shiv Kapur’s monograph. A career that spanned for over seven decades, Husain also made feature films, such as Through the Eyes of a Painter, in 1967, which was a Golden Bear Award winner at the Berlin Film Festival, and Gaja Gamini in 2000. The Government of India honored him with the Padma Bhushan and the Padma Vibhushan awards, both prestigious civilian awards. He spent his last remaining years between Dubai, Doha and London. M F Husain passed away in London in 2011.

    • Limited Edition Serigraph printed on paper.
    • This serigraph was published in an edition size of 300.
    • This item will be shipped unframed.
    • The paper size is 14 x 20 inches.
    • The print is signed by the artist and comes with a scan copy of certificate of authenticity.

    TITLE IQBAL MEDIUM Serigraph on paper ARTIST M.F. Husain YEAR 2011 SIZE 14X20 inch EDITION SIZE 300 LOT NO. 202/300 NO. OF SERIGRAPH 8

    27,500.00 incl. GST
  • Benaras by Dipankar Ghosh (31)

    Dipankar Ghosh – Benaras (07) – 22×30 inch – Acrylic on handmade paper

    21,500.00 incl. GST

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