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Lot 86 Details

The Ties That Bind: South Asian Modern and Contemporary Art
30 Nov-1 Dec 2016

Arpita Singh

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Watercolour on paper pasted on board

21.8 x 31.9 in

Winning bid
$15,252
Rs 10,37,136
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




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Summer Online Auction
8-9 June 2016

Arpita Singh

31 Days of December

Oil on canvas

48 x 24 in

Winning bid
$51,000
Rs 33,66,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


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Lot 24 Details

Evening Sale of Modern and Contemporary Indian Art
24 February 2016

Arpita Singh

Untitled

Silver and gold paint on fabric

83.9 x 39 in

Winning bid
$56,471
Rs 38,40,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




Lot 57 Details

Evening Sale, New Delhi | Live
10 September 2015

Arpita Singh

Untitled

Watercolour on paper pasted on cardboard

15 x 11.5 in

Winning bid
$9,231
Rs 6,00,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




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Lot 49 Details

No-reserve Auction of Art

Arpita Singh

Untitled

Sketchpen on paper

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Winning bid
$4,365
Rs 2,74,980
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




Lot 35 Details

No-Reserve Auction of Modern & Contemporary Art

Arpita Singh

a) Untitled b)...

Pen and ink on paper

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Winning bid
$1,281
Rs 79,440
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




Lot 42 Details

No-Reserve Auction of Modern & Contemporary Art

Arpita Singh

Untitled

Watercolour on paper

10 x 6.5 in

Winning bid
$2,667
Rs 1,62,706
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




Lot 71 Details

No-Reserve Auction of Modern & Contemporary Art

Arpita Singh

Untitled

Pen on paper

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Winning bid
$3,600
Rs 2,19,600
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EXHIBITIONS          
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Lot 95 Details

Works on paper.
2-20 February 2006

Arpita Singh

Women

Watercolour on paper

15 x 11 in






Lot 96 Details

Works on paper.
2-20 February 2006

Arpita Singh

Women

Pen and ink on paper

11 x 8 in






Lot 476 Details

Works on paper.
20 Feb-15 Mar 2003

Arpita Singh

Untitled

Watercolour on paper

11.4 x 8.6 in






Lot 477 Details

Works on paper.
20 Feb-15 Mar 2003

Arpita Singh

Untitled

Watercolour on paper

9.8 x 6.8 in






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PROFILES AND INTERVIEWS
  Profile of Arpita Singh

"Arpita Singh has pushed the visual lexicon of the middle-aged woman further than almost any other woman artist. The anomaly between the aging body ...of the private creating an edgy uncertainty." - Gayatri Sinha Born in 1937 Arpita Singh received her diploma in Fine Arts at the Delhi Polytechnic

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Mumbai Kolkata 1988 ‘Through the Looking Glass’ Watercolors by Arpita Singh Nalini Malani and Nilima Sheikh at the Lakaeeren Gallery Mumbai CCA Art

CATALOGUE NOTES
  Auction 2003 (May)> Artwork Details > Untitled by Arpita Singh

of the images is Arpita Singh`s characteristic style. This use of calendar imagery is one that Singh has used previously in her painting `31 Days

  Auction 2003 (May)> Artwork Details > Women with Ducks by Arpita Singh

"Arpita Singh has pushed the visual lexicon of the middle-aged woman further than almost any other woman artist. The anomaly between the aging body and the residue of desire between the ordinary and the divine and the threat of the violent fluxes of the impinging external world gives her work

  Spring Auction 2009> Artwork Details > Threat by Arpita Singh

Arpita Singh unites subject and process to bestow her works with several strata of meaning. “Memories and mappings of dislocations and discoveries of nostalgia and pain of excitement and anxiety have surged through her images. But Arpita Singh also responds to other dynamics in the world to the interface

  Winter Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Couple Having Tea by Arpita Singh

Arpita Singh's deep and complex oeuvre spanning more than four decades is informed by and addresses the multiple histories she has witnessed ...and pain of excitement and anxiety have surged through her images. But Arpita Singh also responds to other dynamics in the world to the interface

  Summer Auction 2007> Artwork Details > Untitled by Arpita Singh

Though Arpita Singh`s works may initially seem whimsical or even unsophisticated they are informed by complex narratives that tell of the artist`s ... (Arpita Singh Picture Postcard 2003-2006 Vadehra Art Gallery Exhibition Catalogue 2006 p. 1). Building up her paintings out of thick layers

  Auction Dec 06> Artwork Details > 31 Days of December by Arpita Singh

Arpita Singh born in 1937 began her professional life as a designer and textile consultant at the Weaver’s Service Center in Kolkata and New Delhi....that underlie and inform her paintings. Though they may at first seem esoteric and even stylistically naive each of Arpita Singh’s paintings has

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  About Us - Saffronart in the News - Article - SaffronArt

suspects, expert opinion will do no harm. "Someone like Arpita Singh, who I think one of India's foremost woman artists, really come

  About Us - Saffronart in the News - Article - SaffronArt

is impossible to attain in the market is Arpita Singh. She is known as one who thinks with paint. Singh's Stop Ringing the Bell, a rather recent work

  About Us - Saffronart in the News - Article - SaffronArt

at the Metropolitan Pavilion in May, also includes veteran artists Maqbool Fida Husain, Francis Newton Souza, Arpita Singh and others who make up ...of women, highlighting artists such as Arpita Singh and Rekha Rodwittiya. The women have long questioned patriarchal norms in Indian culture, and their works

  About Us - Saffronart in the News - Article - SaffronArt

sought after women artists, Arpita Singh. A brilliant orchestration of colour and abstracted planes is the rare 1984 work 'Woman with Cat'

  About Us - Saffronart in the News - Article - SaffronArt

artistes fared just as well. Arpita Singh, whose work on paper sold for over Rs 4 lakh, Baiju Parthan's large canvas sold for almost Rs 4 lakh, and T

  About Us - Saffronart in the News - Article - SaffronArt

will be able to grasp concept art. It is very close to Sufi philosophy.' Gupta, who rates Arpita Singh as one of the best contemporary artists he has

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