Born in 1937 in the village of Laheriaganj in the Madhubani district of Bihar, Gopal Saha’s artistic talents were first spotted by Professor Raymond Owens, an American researcher and collector. Saha utilises extensive line work alongside vibrant colours to create energetic Mithila paintings. Aside from depicting traditional scenes from the Ramayana and the Panchatantra, Saha also depicts quotidian events like a cricket match and a village flood....
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Lot 7 Details

Art and Collectibles Online Auction 27-28 July 2016

Gopal Saha


Acrylic, pen and ink on paper

21.5 x 29 in

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Rs 54,000
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Lot 32 Details

Absolute Tuesdays: Living Traditions 19 January 2021

Gopal Saha

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Pigment on handmade paper

19.5 x 27.25 in

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Rs 67,680
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