"The wash watercolor technique, that I use, makes the subject blend gently with the background as boundaries melt away, creating an effect that is mysterious and alluring."

That`s the way Biswanath Mukherjee explained his fascination for a technique, of which he was perhaps the last exponent.

A recluse, Mukherjee, who lived in Delhi most of his life and was the Principal of the College of Arts there, hardly...
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Lot 60 Details

Auction 2001 (December) 6-12 December 2001

Biswanath Mukerji

Self Portrait

Mixed media on paper

13 x 20 in



Lot 61 Details

Auction 2001 (December) 6-12 December 2001

Biswanath Mukerji

Untitled

Gouache on paper

9.25 x 5.25 in




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USD payement only Lot 25 Details

Absolute Tuesdays 30 June 2020

Biswanath Mukerji

Untitled

Oil on board

19.5 x 15.5 in

Winning bid
$720
Rs 53,280
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)

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USD payement only Lot 44 Details

Absolute Tuesdays 30 June 2020

Biswanath Mukerji

Untitled

Oil on board

17.75 x 23.75 in

Winning bid
$5,220
Rs 3,86,280
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)

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