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Lot 37 Details

Evening Sale | New Delhi, Live 12 September 2019

Ramkinkar Baij

Untitled

Bronze

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Winning bid
$52,394
Rs 37,20,000
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Lot 4 Details

Works on Paper Online Auction 18-19 March 2015

Ramkinkar Baij

Untitled

Watercolour on handmade paper

10 x 14.5 in



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Modern and Contemporary Indian Art 3-4 December 2014

Ramkinkar Baij

Untitled

Watercolour on paper

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$3,480
Rs 2,08,800
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Lot 59 Details

Modern Evening Sale | Mumbai, Live 15 February 2014

Ramkinkar Baij

Untitled

Watercolour and ink on paper pasted on board

13.5 x 9.5 in

Winning bid
$6,295
Rs 3,84,000
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Lot 7 Details

No-Reserve Auction of Modern and Contemporary Art 16-17 January 2018

Ramkinkar Baij

Untitled

Watercolour and ink on paper

4.5 x 7 in

Winning bid
$6,014
Rs 3,78,900
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Lot 4 Details

No-reserve Auction of Art 4-5 August 2015

Ramkinkar Baij

Untitled

Watercolour on paper

9 x 13 in

Winning bid
$2,985
Rs 1,88,040
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Lot 22 Details

No-reserve Auction of Art 7-8 July 2015

Ramkinkar Baij

Landscape

Watercolour on paper pasted on cardboard

9 x 12 in

Winning bid
$7,365
Rs 4,63,980
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Lot 23 Details

Works on paper. 20 Feb-15 Mar 2003

Ramkinkar Baij

Horse

Watercolour on paper

9.5 x 13 in




Lot 24 Details

Works on paper. 20 Feb-15 Mar 2003

Ramkinkar Baij

Infant

Watercolour on paper

14 x 10 in







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  Profile of Ramkinkar Baij

Ramkinkar Baij was the earliest Indian artist to experiment with abstract sculptural forms. His oil on canvas paintings have a singular ...Bengal in 1910 Ramkinkar Baij studied at the Kala Bhavan Vishwa Bharati University Santiniketan in 1925. Trained by two European sculptors one of whom

  Profile of Sankho Chaudhuri

Sankho Chaudhuri was profoundly inspired by Ramkinkar Baij yet he was never dominated by any particular school of expression. He was an experimenter a traditionalist and a modern all in one. Remarkable for his wide range of subject matter and his fondness for a variety of materials Chaudhuri`s

  Profile of K G Subramanyan

theme. Born on 15 February 1924 in Kerala Subramanyan studied under the tutelage of Benode Behari Mukherjee Nandalal Bose and Ramkinkar Baij

  Interview of Jogen Chowdhury

developed there. Nandalal Bose and his two disciples Ramkinkar Baij and Benodebehari Mukherjee triggered the entire process. I consider Tagore

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  News & Articles - Article - SaffronArt

Abanindranath Tagore, Gobhardhan Ash, Nandalal Bose, Ramkinkar Baij, Somnath Hore, Jamini Roy and Sailoz Mukherjea are among the prominent artists from ...the wash technique that transformed the simple objects of everyday life into tools of powerful artistic expression. On other hand, Ramkinkar Baij

  News & Articles - Article - SaffronArt

Prabha, B. Vithal, Badri Narayan, Ramkinkar Baij, N.S Bendre , Rameshwar Broota, Shobha Broota , S.R Bhushan, Sakti Burman, Arpana Caur, Sankho Chaudhuri,...as part of the exhibition. Among them Ramkinkar Baij is considered one of the earliest Indian artists to experiment with abstract sculptural forms. N S

  News & Articles - Article - SaffronArt

It was in Santiniketan that artist like Benode Behari Mukherjee and Ramkinkar Baij expressed their love for nature and its rhythms in work today recognized

  News & Articles - Article - SaffronArt

considerable time, photographing painters, such as Benodebehari Mukherjee, Jamini Roy, Manjit Bawa, Arpita Singh, sculptors Ramkinkar Baij to Dhruva

  News & Articles - Article - SaffronArt

of September is Janak Narzary. Janak Narzary too has had a distinguished career. This is his first solo show in Mumbai. This disciple of Ramkinkar Baij, like Himmat Shah, has developed his own sculpting style. He is currently a professor at Santiniketan. His sculptures on view at the Jehangir art

  Art Guide - Print Making - Processes & Practitioners - Planography - SaffronArt

to differentiate between the two. Some examples of Indian artists who have used planographic printmaking techniques include Ramkinkar Baij,

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