BROWSE THIS AUCTION



Lot 6
 
Quick Zoom


Hailing from the Gond tribe in Madhya Pradesh, Jangarh Singh Shyam lived in the jungles of Mandla until a chance encounter with the Modern artist Jagdish Swaminathan in the 1980s. Swaminathan took Shyam on as his prot??g??, bringing him to Roopankar Museum in Bhopal, where he learned to transfer his art from walls to paper. Shyam's forms were based on the deities and divinities of the Gond tribe, and the animist culture of worship surrounding...



Read More
Artist Profile
Other works of this artist in: this auction  |  entire site



  Lot 6 of 80  

ART AND COLLECTIBLES ONLINE AUCTION
27-28 JULY 2016

Estimate



Winning Bid
$3,696
Rs 2,43,936

(Inclusive of Buyer's Premium)


ARTWORK DETAILS

Jangarh Singh Shyam

a) Gudhwa Pakshi
Inscribed in Devnagari (lower right); signed in Devnagari and dated '1993' (lower left)
1993
Marker, pen and ink on paper pasted on paper
22 x 15 in (55.7 x 38.3 cm)

b) Birhul ka Jhaad
Inscribed in Devnagari (lower right); signed in Devnagari and dated '1992' (lower left)
1992
Marker, pen and ink on paper
14.5 x 10.75 in (36.6 x 27.4 cm)

(Set of two)

Category: Painting


 









Need help? Please check our guides on How to Bid. Auction Tips and FAQs.
Email auction@saffronart.com, newyork@saffronart.com, london@saffronart.com, delhi@saffronart.com
Tel: +91 (0) 22 2436 4113 (India); +1 212 627 5006 (USA); +44(0) 20 7409 7974(UK); +91 11 2436 9415 (New Delhi)