The auction achieved a “white glove sale” sold in 100% lots, along with four world records for artists Meera Mukherjee, Laxma Goud, Laxman Shreshtha, and Badri Narayan.
Sneha Gautam, Vice President of Client Relations at Asta Guru, said of the results: And has a great source. In addition, four world records by artists K Laxma Goud, Meera Mukherjee, Badri Narayan and Laxman Shreshtha show that the Indian art market is flourishing and collectors are expanding their collections beyond the work of the progressive artist group. is showing. ”
The biggest highlights of the auction were Lot 28, Midfielder Fusain, Untitled, 1972. This is a symbolic anti-war painting that caused the conflict between India and Pakistan in response to the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War. This work is a very important work from Hussein’s work originally from the Pitti family’s collection. It was offered at auction for the first time and achieved a maximum price of Rs 3,45,00,000 ($ 479,166). This work gives a glimpse of the artist’s political intelligence and at the same time shows his proficiency with a brush.
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The online auction set four world records for artists K Laxma Goud, Meera Mukherjee, Badri Narayan and Laxman Shrestha. Lot 16, K Laxma Goud, Untitled, circa 1980, set a world record price for artists selling for Rs 1,70,94,045 ($ 237,416).
This complex and massive masterpiece by Goode is a unique piece of work by an artist previously exhibited in his solo in Chennai in 2017.
Lot 3, Meera Mukherje’s Dancing Baul-2, in 1981 bronze sculpture, achieved the highest price for an artist at auction and placed an impressive bid of 1,31,31,146 chlores ($ 182,376). rice field. Demand for Mira Mukelzy’s work has consistently increased over the past few years.
Lot 19, Laxman Shreshta Untitled (Diptych), oil on canvas, sold at auction at the artist’s world record price, for $ 52,31,381 ($ 72,657). Around 1960, Badrina Rayan’s untitled oil on canvas received a world record bid of $ 1,07,38,094 ($ 149,140) and reached the artist’s highest price at auction.
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The auction also included some important works from different stages of the illustrious career of renowned modernist SH Raza. Performed in 1997, Lot 37, Laza’s Prakriti achieved the second highest selling price at Rs 2,39,02,931 ($ 331,984). Performed on a predominantly blue palette of shades of black and green, Laza’s style resembles early abstract landscapes and French-influenced styles, spiritual concepts, geometric shapes, and It shows a completely evolved way of his quest with a “bindu” motif.
Another important highlight of the sale was Akbar Padamsee’s early 1963 landscape, Lot 34, which achieved a total sales of Rs 1,50,93,750 ($ 209,635). These abstract landscapes were performed by Padamsee shortly after his famous gray series worked and serve as a formative foundation for him to build a metascape.
Midfielder Hussain’s 1972 painting won Rs 3.45cr at the auction. Artwork by K Laxma Goud sets world record with sale of Rs 1.71cr
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