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Lot 47 Details

Spring Online Auction 27-28 March 2019

Nicholas Roerich

Sketch to...

Pencil on paper

5.5 x 7.75 in

Winning bid
Rs 11,91,600
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)

Lot 9 Details

Modern Indian Art 5-6 December 2018

Nicholas Roerich

Sketch for Sons...

Pencil on paper

9.75 x 12.5 in

Winning bid
Rs 8,40,420
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)

Lot 29 Details

Evening Sale | New Delhi, Live 20 September 2018

Nicholas Roerich

The Snow Maiden...

Oil and tempera on canvas

23.5 x 35.5 in

Lot 17 Details

Evening Sale | Mumbai, Live 13 March 2018

Nicholas Roerich


Tempera on board

11.5 x 17.25 in

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  Profile of Nicholas Roerich

Nicholas Roerich was born in St Petersburg in 1874. He was more than an artist – he was also a writer humanist and philosopher. Scandinavian by descent he received his training at the Academy of Art in St Petersburg. He went to Paris in 1900 but remained mostly in St Petersburg until 1916 when he

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of learning European art in Indian art schools. He strongly favored Indian art that would spring from deep-seated national sentiment Nicholas Roerich observed the glorious development of Indian art and explained Abanindranath's importance in it as "A power beacon as a guru of an entire school

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Himalayan Museum of Folk and Tribal Art International Roerich Memorial Trust named after Professor Nicholas Roerich runs Himalayan Museum of Folk ... The entire estate of Nicholas Roerich and his family situated at Naggar in district Kullu was donated to the newly founded Trust. Within two years,

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on the hammer at Rs 56 lakh, setting a record for the artist. Another Ravi Varma canvas estimated at Rs 20-35 lakh, fetched Rs 36 lakh. A Nicholas Roerich also overshot its estimate and bagged Rs 15 lakh. Total sale proceeds from the auction were Rs 4 crore. Predictably, deputy chairman Patrick