An Austrian painter and art teacher, Walter Langhammer was one of the foremost patrons and critics of the Bombay Progressive Artists’ Group. Born in Graz in 1905, Langhammer fled to India with his Jewish wife Käthe Urbach in 1938, shortly before the Second World War. Although their initial time in the country was turbulent, with the couple being arrested by the British and interned in different cities, they were released once their political...
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Lot 25 Details

Summer Online Auction 24-25 June 2020

Walter Langhammer

Untitled

Oil on canvas

15.75 x 28.75 in

Winning bid
$7,265
Rs 5,37,600
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 6 Details

WORKS ON PAPER 8-9 April 2020

Walter Langhammer

Untitled

Watercolour on paper pasted on mountboard

11.25 x 15.5 in



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Spring Online Auction 27-28 March 2019

Walter Langhammer

Untitled (Indian ...

Oil on canvas

23.5 x 31.5 in

Winning bid
$8,400
Rs 5,71,200
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)

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ABSOLUTE TUESDAYS 21 April 2020

Walter Langhammer

Untitled

Oil on canvas

21 x 16.25 in

Winning bid
$2,359
Rs 1,74,600
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)






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