Mahadev Visvanath Dhurandhar

Mahadev Visvanath Dhurandhar, also called Rao Bahadur, a title bestowed on him by the British government, was the first Indian director of the Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai.

He was born on March 18, 1867 in Kolhapur (a district in Maharashtra). His father understood and supported his son's extraordinary artistic talents and put him under the tutorship of famous painter Abalal Rehman. The next step was the Sir J J School...
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  • 1952 President of India, appreciated his statue made by Bal Chowan,...
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    Summer Online Auction 12-13 June 2019

    Mahadev Visvanath Dhurandhar

    Oil on canvas sheet

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    Summer Online Auction 13-14 June 2018

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    Tarabai -...

    Watercolour on paper

    27.5 x 15 in

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    Rs 52,27,200
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    From Classical to Contemporary 6-7 December 2017

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    No Reserve Auction of Modern and Contemporary Art 31 Oct-1 Nov 2018

    Mahadev Visvanath Dhurandhar

    After Raphale

    Pencil on paper

    12.5 x 6.75 in

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    $5,633
    Rs 4,05,600
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    No Reserve Auction of Modern and Contemporary Art 31 Oct-1 Nov 2018

    Mahadev Visvanath Dhurandhar

    Untitled

    Pencil on paper

    12.5 x 7.25 in

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    Rs 1,33,200
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    Popular Art Of India 3-4 November 2015

    Mahadev Visvanath Dhurandhar

    On The Banks of...

    Oleograph on paper

    20.25 x 28 in







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