Blog posts tagged with 'exhibition'

The Indian Portrait - V

This exhibition details the journey of the academic realism and colonial influence that impacted Raja Ravi Varma’s works and his contemporaries like Rustom Siodia, Pestonji Bomanji, Abalal Rahiman, M V Dhurandhar, A X Trindade, M F Pithawalla, Fyzee Rahamin, Ravi Shankar Raval, Ghasiram Sharma and many others.


The Indian Portrait 5

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The Indian Portrait - IV

The Mughal documentation is known as the best recorded history of the world. The exhibition and catalogue is an attempt to showcase the lineage of the Mughal emperors who ruled in India and their heritage, in terms of their lives, pursuits, art, conquests, administration alongwith a peep into their shrewd politics.

All works are part of a Mughal Muraqqa compiled by Hakim Ahsanallah Khan, who was the chief adviser of the last Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar, in the year 1270 A. H. (1854 A. D.).


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Exhibition: Living ReLiving Gandhi by Haku Shah

Sabarmati Ashram Preservation and Memorial Trust &
Archer Art Gallery presents

Inauguration by K G Subramanyan
Release of catalogue by Mrinalini Sarabhai

Thursday, 2nd October 2014, 5:00 pm
Gandhi Ashram at Sabarmati, Ahmedabad

Vidya Shah will present a musical tribute on Gandhi Jayanti from 5:45 pm

The works will remain on display from 2nd October to 12th October, 2014 from 9 am to 6 pm

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Gandhi Ashram Archer Art Gallery, Ahmedabad
The Indian Portrait - III

The third exhibition in the series of Indian Portraits focusing on printed portraits. There are over 150 portraits, from earliest being printed in CE. 1580 all the way upto CE. 1948. The printed portraits in different graphic media include woodcut, copper engraving, steel engraving, wood engraving, lithograph & chromolithograph.

The Indian Portrait 3

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The Indian Portrait - II

This catalogue focuses on the illustrious Tilkayat Govardhanlalji who is considered the most important in Nathdwara’s history. Containing 55 paintings arranged chronologically. The paintings are done by various artists in different media and subject, the common element being Tilkayat Govardhanlalji. They were exhibited in December 2013. 

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