Gaganendranath Tagore

Mera Vadi Pahad, You Can View The Mountain Of Wishes From Far (TRANSLATED)

Lot No
9
Medium
Watercolour on paper
Year
-
Size
3.5 x 4.5
Estimate
Rs. 6,00,000 - 8,00,000

Winning Bid

₹ 6,67,920

(Inclusive 15% margin)

additional information

This lot is a National Art Treasure - Non Exportable Item (payment only in Indian Rupees)

Published: Gagendranath Tagore, Rachi Ichada Pahad, Sahitya Bharati Publication

Provenance: From a prominent Delhi based collection

about artist

Gaganendranath was born in September 1867 in Kolkata and was the nephew of multi-talented Rabindranath Tagore. He was a self taught artist who had a short-lived academic career and later took an interest in all things Swadeshi. In 1907 he founded the Indian Society of Oriental Art along with his brother Abanindranath Tagore. His artworks are identifiably Indian with oriental influences from the East. Being greatly influenced by Japanese artist Yokoyama Taikan, his works carried a Japanese stamp. He is best known for his political cartoons and social satires on Westernized Bengalis. His work was exhibited in the 22nd exhibition de Societe des peintres orientalistes francais (1914) in Paris, London, Belgium and Holland, and in a travelling exhibition organised by the American Federation of Art and ISOA (1924) in London and Germany, and he exhibited in the Athene Gallery in Geneva in 1928. Gagendranath died in Kolkata in 1938.