Gond artist Durga Bai’s paintings are known for their unique storytelling quality. Drawing from the folk art legacy of the adivasi Gond Pardhan tribe, Durga Bai paints tales inspired by the stories that her grandmother told her. Durga’s work is rooted in her birthplace, Burbaspur, a village in the Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh.

When she was six, Durga learned the art of the “digna” from her mother, which involved painting the...
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Lot 2 Details

Absolute Tuesdays: Living Traditions 15 February 2022

Durga Bai

Untitled (Gond Art)

Acrylic on canvas

65.75 x 37.5 in

Winning bid
$480
Rs 35,040
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 9 Details

Absolute Tuesdays: Living Traditions 7 December 2021

Durga Bai

Untitled (Gond Art)

Acrylic on canvas

35.5 x 23.75 in

Winning bid
$362
Rs 26,400
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 40 Details

Absolute Tuesdays: Living Traditions 7 December 2021

Durga Bai

Untitled (Gond Art)

Acrylic on canvas

35.75 x 24.25 in

Winning bid
$542
Rs 39,540
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 18 Details

Absolute Tuesdays: Living Traditions 24 August 2021

Durga Bai

Shaadi Barat...

Acrylic on canvas

22.5 x 29.5 in

Winning bid
$270
Rs 19,710
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


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