Francois Baltazard Solvyns (1760-1824) documentation of the people and material culture that Solvyns encountered over the decade he lived in Bengal during the 1790s, is going on display at Bikaner House by Delhi-based art gallery DAG from July 31.
As one of the most influential artists of the 20th Century, Beihong paved the way for Chinese Realism and pioneered modern art education in China. ‘Slave and Lion’, carries an estimate of US$45,000,000 – 58,000,000.
One of less than eight surviving drawings by Leonardo da Vinci known to be in private hands, it is estimated to fetch between 8,000,000-12,000,000 pound at an auction in London on July 8.
The emotion of love has always been a subject of artistic expression across time and place. Same has been the case with the art of India where this sublime feeling has been timelessly interpreted and depicted spanning antiquity to the contemporary era. Miniatures painting from different stylistic schools from across India are the ones where the romantic theme has captured the most attention.
Hindustan Road, Kolkata
22 January 2021 – 31 March 2021
The work of Ajit Kumar Das spans four decades of explorations in textiles. This oeuvre ranges from painting with the use of kalam or bamboo
In this exhibition, Nalini Malani explores concepts and concerns that have preoccupied her for decades – notions of oppression and dominance, of freedom and justice.
TARQ present Folly Measures by Vishwa Shroff. In this exhibition, Shroff continues to journey through the every day, focusing on the idea of transience and