Born in 1931 in Ahmedabad, Piraji Sagara hailed from the Sagara community in Rajasthan. The artist trained at the Sir JJ School of Art, Mumbai, and in 1963, was invited by architect B V Doshi to teach at the School of Architecture in Ahmedabad. Sagara was known for his “wood collages,” which were influenced by Gujarati folk traditions. Between 1950 and 1990, he produced an extensive body of work, imbibing nails, paint, embroidery, glass beads...
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Lot 108 Details

Spring Online Auction 11-12 March 2021

Piraji Sagara

Untitled

Mixed media on board

32 x 37.5 in



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Summer Online Auction 13-14 June 2018

Piraji Sagara

Untitled

Mixed media on board

20.25 x 29.5 in


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Lot 36 Details

Absolute Tuesdays 31 August 2021

Piraji Sagara

Untitled

Mixed media on board

20.25 x 29.5 in

Winning bid
$2,895
Rs 2,11,320
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 43 Details

Absolute Tuesdays 20 July 2021

Piraji Sagara

Untitled

Mixed media on wood

37.25 x 33 in

Winning bid
$9,113
Rs 6,65,280
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 13 Details

Absolute Tuesdays 1 June 2021

Piraji Sagara

Untitled

Mixed media on plywood

48.75 x 37 in

Winning bid
$5,422
Rs 3,84,948
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)






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