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Summer Online Auction
6-7 June 2017

Rameshwar Broota

Untitled

Oil on canvas

23.8 x 34.1 in

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$30,000
Rs 19,20,000
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Lot 37 Details

Evening Sale | Live, New Delhi
8 September 2016

Rameshwar Broota

Untitled

Oil on canvas

35 x 35 in

Winning bid
$81,818
Rs 54,00,000
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Lot 68 Details

Evening Sale of Modern and Contemporary Indian Art
24 February 2016

Rameshwar Broota

Blast in Silence

Oil on canvas

54.1 x 108.9 in





Lot 72 Details

Evening Sale, New Delhi | Live
10 September 2015

Rameshwar Broota

Untitled

Oil on canvas

16 x 18 in

Winning bid
$40,615
Rs 26,40,000
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PROFILES AND INTERVIEWS
  Profile of Rameshwar Broota

animals. I believe I must have existed even then as an artist as I do now." The New Delhi based artist Rameshwar Broota celebrated his 61st birthday ... Rameshwar Broota lives and works out of New Delhi

  Biography of Rameshwar Broota

1960-64 New Delhi College of Art New Delhi Selected Solo Exhibitions 2009 'Counterparts' Vadehra Art Gallery Shridharani Gallery New Delhi 2008 ‘Photographs by Rameshwar Broota’ presented by Sakshi Gallery and Vadehra Art Gallery at Sakshi Gallery Mumbai 2007 Organized by Vadehra Art

  Profile of Manju Narain

Narain has trained in painting under the artist Rameshwar Broota at Delhi 's Traveni Kala Sangam and in vocal classical music under the late

  Biography of Manju Narain

She has been trained under artist Rameshwar Broota Selected Solo Exhibitions 2005 Krishna’s Collection Art Gallery New Delhi 2003 Triveni Kala Sangam New Delhi 1998 Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur 1997 Jehangir Art Gallery Mumbai 1996 Triveni Kala Sangam New Delhi 1994 Display

  Profile of Shobha Broota

Broota teacher at Triveni Kala Sangam in Delhi and hailing from a family rich in artistic traditions is one of India’s most well established contemporary artists. Her husband is the artist Rameshwar Broota and their daughter Pooja Iranna and her husband GR Iranna are artists as well. In her long

  Biography of F Tarannum

1996 Art Appreciation (Art & Culture) from National Museum New Delhi 1989 B. A. (Literature) Aligarh Muslim University Uttar Pradesh 1989 Studied Painting under Mr. Rameshwar Broota at the Art Department of Triveni Kala Sangam New Delhi Selected Solo Exhibitions 2008 'Recent Works by F.

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CATALOGUE NOTES
  Auction 2003 (December)> Artwork Details > Head - II by Rameshwar Broota

Broota" Rameshwar Broota`s exhibition catalogue held at Shridharni Gallery 2001... For Broota the Eternal is composed of minute instances and it is a continuous process of revelation and realization. In a perfect marriage of form

  Auction 2004 (May)> Artwork Details > Helmet by Rameshwar Broota

of the Precipice The Art of Rameshwar Broota" Rameshwar Broota Shridharni Gallery Exhibition Catalogue 2001... Helmet is part of the Unknown Soldier series Broota undertook in 1990s and 2000. These paintings are examples of Broota`s `nick-blade` technique

  Summer Auction 2007> Artwork Details > Transplantation by Rameshwar Broota

Born in 1941 Rameshwar Broota began his artistic career as an academic portraitist but soon turned to more stylized renderings of the figure ... (Ella Dutta “The Archaeology of Experience” in Rameshwar Broota Vadehra Art Gallery Exhibition Catalogue 2004-05 p. 18). Almost five feet square

  Winter Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Untitled by Rameshwar Broota

Born in 1941 Rameshwar Broota began his artistic career as an academic portraitist but soon turned to more stylized renderings of the figure ...Broota's primitive figuration explores pre-social existence and the possibility of post-social man as a critique of economic and political corruption

  Winter Auction 2008> Artwork Details > Traces of Man II by Rameshwar Broota

of Experience Rameshwar Broota Vadehra Art Gallery exhibition catalogue 2004-05 p. 21). In the present lot a stark yet epic canvas it is the divergent ...After his seminal series 'Man' of the 1980s Broota turned away from exclusive figuration to work on a series of large semiabstract landscapes

  Auction May 2006> Artwork Details > Reconstruction by Rameshwar Broota

” (Gayatri Sinha Edge of the Precipice The art of Rameshwar Broota Vadhera Art Gallery2001 p. 28 – 29...Broota’s work has at its center been consumed with the human condition and the individual’s relationship and power struggle with a developing India

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NEWS AND ARTICLES ARCHIVE
  About Us - Saffronart in the News - Article - SaffronArt

Souza, Tyeb Mehta, V S Gaitonde, Ram Kumar, Rameshwar Broota, Jogen Chowdhury, Krishen Khanna etc. One will find significant works for high-end

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AND FEATURES Rameshwar Broota's blade and a painted canvas Rameshwar Broota conjures up his ...from the works of Surinder, Vasundhara Tewari Broota, Hemi Bawa, Jagdish Chauder, Sanjay Roy, Shruti Gupta Chandra, etc. Rameshwar Broota does

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today. Fetching the third top price was F.N. Souza's monumental portrait, 'Titian's Grandfather' (1955), which sold for $591,500. Rameshwar Broota's 'Man - II' (1981) attracted an intense round of last minute bidding, eventually going for $359,829. Jogen Chowdhury's 'Couple A' (1984)

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feature works of stylistic and historic significance by artists like S H Raza and Rameshwar Broota. "The interest in India's modern art has grown

  About Us - Saffronart in the News - Article - SaffronArt

feature works of stylistic and historic significance by artists like S H Raza and Rameshwar Broota. "The interest in India's modern art has grown

  News & Articles - Article - SaffronArt

Prabha, B. Vithal, Badri Narayan, Ramkinkar Baij, N.S Bendre , Rameshwar Broota, Shobha Broota , S.R Bhushan, Sakti Burman, Arpana Caur, Sankho Chaudhuri,...of rhythm, represent his mastery of carving, There are artists who work in an unconventional mode that form part of the show. For example, Rameshwar

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