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Lot 20 Details

Evening Sale | Live Auction, New Delhi
21 September 2017

Jagdish Swaminathan

Untitled

Oil on canvas

35.2 x 35.2 in

Winning bid
$104,762
Rs 66,00,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




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Summer Online Auction
6-7 June 2017

Jagdish Swaminathan

Untitled (Bird...

Oil on canvas

31.5 x 45.3 in

Winning bid
$99,012
Rs 63,36,768
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Lot 73 Details

Evening Sale | Live Auction, Mumbai
16 February 2017

Jagdish Swaminathan

Untitled

Oil on canvas

29.8 x 40.2 in

Winning bid
$100,000
Rs 66,00,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




Lot 53 Details

The Ties That Bind: South Asian Modern and Contemporary Art
30 Nov-1 Dec 2016

Jagdish Swaminathan

Untitled (Bird...

Oil on canvas

24.9 x 24.9 in

Winning bid
$58,944
Rs 40,08,192
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




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Lot 7 Details

No Reserve Auction of Art

Jagdish Swaminathan

Untitled

Watercolour on paper

12 x 22 in

Winning bid
$3,660
Rs 2,37,900
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




Lot 55 Details

No-reserve Auction of Art

Jagdish Swaminathan

Untitled

Watercolour on handmade paper

12 x 21.5 in

Winning bid
$4,802
Rs 3,02,551
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)





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Lot 508 Details

Works on paper.
20 Feb-15 Mar 2003

Jagdish Swaminathan

Untitled

Serigraphy on paper

28.4 x 22 in






Lot 509 Details

Works on paper.
20 Feb-15 Mar 2003

Jagdish Swaminathan

Untitled

Watercolour on paper

18.1 x 23.2 in






Lot 510 Details

Works on paper.
20 Feb-15 Mar 2003

Jagdish Swaminathan

Untitled

Watercolour on paper

18.1 x 23.2 in






Lot 130 Details

Aspects of modern indian painting.
27 Sep-1 Oct 2002

Jagdish Swaminathan

Untitled

Oil on canvas

31.9 x 42.1 in






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PROFILES AND INTERVIEWS
  Profile of J Swaminathan

Jagdish Swaminathan was born in Simla in 1928. His education in art consisted of short spells at the Delhi Polytechnic and later in Poland....in Bhopal. He served as the director of the institute till 1990. Jagdish Swaminathan passed away in 1994

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Bendre and Sankho Chowdhuri who set up the Baroda School of Art Patel with artists like KG Subramanyan and Jagdish Swaminathan unknowingly initiated one

CATALOGUE NOTES
  Summer Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Untitled by J Swaminathan

As a result of his decade long tenure as Founder and Director of the Roopanker Museum at Bharat Bhavan in Bhopal Jagdish Swaminathan gained a deep ...it is full circle or is it?” (Jagdish Swaminathan The Cygan An Auto-bio note Lalit Kala Contemporary 40 New Delhi March 1995 p. 13). Swaminathan

  Summer Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Untitled by J Swaminathan

Originally enrolled in medical college Jagdish Swaminathan worked as a journalist political activist and writer of children’s fiction before he turned to painting. His experiences in these fields however were not forgotten. As an artist Swaminathan rebelled and organised against current romantic

  Winter Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Untitled by J Swaminathan

In the manifesto that he wrote for the short-lived artists’ collective Group 1890 Jagdish Swaminathan called for a return to the representation ...European art especially the Paris School. For Swaminathan the "…significant issue was how to free the self the individual artist from the ‘clammy

  Winter Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Untitled by J Swaminathan

Apart from being an activist Jagdish Swaminathan was a deeply spiritual painter who believed that it was nature alone that could lead man out of his maze of worldly concerns. "Swaminathan's subject here is a transcendental pristine view of nature. It is a view that antedates the corruption

  Summer Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Untitled by J Swaminathan

One of the most revolutionary of India’s modernists Jagdish Swaminathan spent his career fighting hard to promote the artistic ideals that he ... collective he founded in 1963 Swaminathan rejected the academic nationalist and pastoral leanings of the Bengal School as well as similar movements

  Summer Auction 2007> Artwork Details > Untitled by J Swaminathan

In 1963 Swaminathan formed the artists` collective Group 1890 that rejected the academic nationalist and pastoral teachings of the Bengal School ...and direction. In these paintings Swaminathan saw the future of modern Indian art. As he explains “…painting was never meant to `represent` reality

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AND FEATURES An exhibition of late Jagdish Swaminathan select works Jagdish Sawaminathan ...primarily as an art theoretician and writer. His select works are on view at RL Fine Arts, NY till 15 December, 2007. Jagdish Swaminathan's

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S.H. Raza, Subodh Gupta, Jagdish Swaminathan and Rashid Rana. World auction records were set for 8 artists, including Subodh Gupta, Hema Upadhyay,

  About Us - Saffronart in the News - Article - SaffronArt

the auction featured the work of globally-sought painters, sculptors and installation artists, including S H Raza, Subodh Gupta, Jagdish Swaminathan

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one 1942 sketch by Souza as well as his 1995 'St Sabastian', and one of the conceptual landscapes from Jagdish Swaminathan's 'Mountain, Bird and Tree' series. The highest valued piece in the auction is Raza's 'Germination', priced between Rs.27.5 million to Rs.37.5 million. Gupta, Swaminathan,

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” Among the higest-priced lots will be Raza’s Germination with a reserve price of Rs2.7- 3.7 crores and an untitled work by modernist Jagdish Swaminathan

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the auction featured the work of globally-sought painters, sculptors and installation artists, including S H Raza, Subodh Gupta, Jagdish Swaminathan

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