Vrindavan Solanki

"By the time I was ten, I was drawing and writing poetry, and about four years later, I had made up my mind about growing up to be a painter."

Vrindavan Solanki, who likes to call his diplomas, degrees and prizes "bits of paper" is focused in his choice of career. This focus and lack of ambiguity about his work is one of the reasons his art is totally original and not derivative of the styles associated with particular regions...
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Honours and Awards
  • 1996 Prize for Drawing, All India Art Exhibition, Lucknow, Uttar...
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    Lot 167 Details

    Auction 2002 (May)
    May 13-16, 2002

    Vrindavan Solanki

    Untitled

    Pen and ink on paper

    48 x 98 in






    EXHIBITIONS          
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    Lot 213 Details

    IAAC Fund Raising.
    Nov 19-22, 2011

    Vrindavan Solanki

    Mother and Child

    Acrylic on canvas

    26 x 20 in






    Lot 214 Details

    IAAC Fund Raising.
    Nov 19-22, 2011

    Vrindavan Solanki

    Untitled

    Oil on canvas

    24 x 24 in






    Lot 215 Details

    IAAC Fund Raising.
    Nov 19-22, 2011

    Vrindavan Solanki

    Village Man & Woman

    Acrylic on canvas

    26 x 20 in






    Lot 95 Details

    Indian Contemporary Art, Hong Kong, 2001.
    Mar 16-22, 2001

    Vrindavan Solanki

    Untitled

    Mixed media on canvas

    40 x 32 in






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