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Auction 2004 (May)> Artwork Details > Varanasi II by Ram Kumar

In 1960 Ram Kumar visited Varanasi for the first time. The physical structures as well as the spiritual resonances of the holy city made an intense ...and profound which left an everlasting impression on my artistic sensibility." (p. 89 As told to G. Gill Ram Kumar A Journey Within Vadehra Art Gallery


Auction 2003 (December)> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

Ram Kumar`s recent works are no longer evocations of any single recognizable terrain. Yet his paintings are not abstract compositions. Ram Kumar`s ...to another uncovering the hidden relations." (p. 27 Nirmal Verma "From Solitude to Salvation" Ram Kumar A Journey Within ed. Gagan Gill Vadehra Art Gallery


Auction 2003 (May)> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

"Ram Kumar`s landscapes are orchestrated as a dynamic equilibrium of floating planes triggered weights and directional vectors. We respond ...Art Gallery exhibition catalogue 2002) This work of Ram Kumar is towards the basic The forms are flat planes overlapping and painted in earthy


Summer Online Auction> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

One of Ram Kumar’s large conceptual landscapes the present lot reflects the artist’s prioritizing of form and structure over content and narrative....of painting itself. I have grown detached – I want to find the same peace that the mystics found…” (as quoted in “Landscapes of the Mind” Ram Kumar


Spring Auction 2005> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

Ram kumar's abstractions establish a balance between the whole landscape and the individual overlapping planes that comprise it adding dynamism to expanses that stretch beyond the canvas. 'The key to the picture is its solution to the problem of representing movement Ram kumar neither suggests


Auction 2003 (December)> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

"Ram Kumar addressed himself to the formal aberrations of mismatched planes jamming the horizontal perspective against top views inspired by site-..."Parts of a World" Ram Kumar Saffron Art and Pundole Art Gallery Exhibition Catalogue 2002


Auction 2004 (May)> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

Ram Kumar`s relation to figuration has undergone a series of transmutations. In the late 1950s the artist turned away from his depiction of melancholy alienated people to the portrayal of increasing abstract landscapes - "always diffident and marginal in Ram Kumar`s art the figure disappeared


Auction Dec 06> Artwork Details > Ladakh by Ram Kumar

Born in Simla at the foothills of the Himalayas in 1924 Ram Kumar’s painterly ‘‘abstraction of mountains’’ mark his search for peace associated ...escape the burdens and disarticulations of the man-made world they live in. In Ram Kumar’s opinion then the divine is well within our reach.


Summer Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

Born in 1924 Ram Kumar is a trained economist and published writer in addition to being one of India’s most respected modern painters. Initially ...in the foothills of the Himalayas. “With all the transcendental lyricism of his recent landscapes Ram Kumar has never been attracted to the unearthy or other-


Auction May 2006> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

The transformation in the content and technique of Ram Kumar’s painting follows a steady artistic and ideological trajectory. His interest ...following his Varanasi visit with M.F. Husain. After 1965 we see Ram Kumar’s perspective change as he “took a rather expansive view of nature a kind


Summer Online Auction> Artwork Details > Spring by Ram Kumar

Speaking about this focus on technique and the prism-like view of the natural world that it has resulted in Ranjit Hoskote notes that “Ram Kumar ...the distribution of significant masses over the picture space. Bridges spires landslides peaks all these motifs besides being signposts to Ram Kumar’s private


Spring Auction 2009> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

Ram Kumar embodies the drift and flux of his Heraclitean universe in a structure hinged together from a succession of collapses and seizures ...plane for the discernment of the viewer” (Ranjit Hoskote “Parts of a World Reflections on the Art of Ram KumarRam Kumar Saffronart and Pundole Art


Auction 2004 (May)> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

From the 1960s a change took place in Ram Kumar`s aesthetic. His depiction of architectural structures and landscapes began to take ..." (p. 30 Richard Bartholomew "The Abstract as a Pictorial Proposition" Ram Kumar A Journey Within ed. Gagan Gill Vadehra Art Gallery 1996)


Auction Dec 06> Artwork Details > Untitled by Ram Kumar

This painting from 1974 is representative of the deconstructionist stage of Ram Kumar’s abstraction. It was in the early 1970s that the artist ...in the violently faceted and fragmented background of the paintings of the mid-1950s.” (“The Abstract as a Pictorial Proposition” in Ram Kumar


Auction 2003 (December)> Artwork Details > Autumn Landscape by Ram Kumar

In the late 1950s a change occurred in Ram Kumar`s aesthetic practice. The melancholy frail human forms that had peopled his canvases began ...fragmentation the bondage of an imposed destiny that strangled." (p. 6 Ranjit Hoskote "Parts of a World" Ram Kumar Saffron Art and Pundole Art


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