Born in 1872, he was from a village in Surat and went to art school from 1888 to 1896 as a student of Griffiths. In 1894 he won his first award at the Bombay Art Society, and became the only artist to win three successive prizes, including a gold medal in 1908. He showed in London in 1911 at the Dore Gallery. He passed away in 1937.
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Lot 90 Details

Spring Online Auction 11-12 March 2021

Manchershaw F Pithawalla

Portrait of a...

Oil on canvas

63 x 40.75 in

Winning bid
$20,867
Rs 15,02,400
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 91 Details

Spring Online Auction 11-12 March 2021

Manchershaw F Pithawalla

Sorabji Edulji...

Oil on canvas

31.25 x 25.5 in

Winning bid
$14,268
Rs 10,27,296
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 92 Details

Spring Online Auction 11-12 March 2021

Manchershaw F Pithawalla

Pherozeshah...

Oil on canvas

31 x 25.5 in

Winning bid
$26,268
Rs 18,91,296
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Lot 93 Details

Spring Online Auction 11-12 March 2021

Manchershaw F Pithawalla

Jehangir B...

Oil on canvas

31 x 25.25 in

Winning bid
$26,268
Rs 18,91,296
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


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