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Lot 8 Details

Evening Sale | Live, New Delhi
08 September 2016

Sadanand Bakre

Untitled

Oil on masonite board

23.6 x 29.4 in

Winning bid
$23,636
Rs 15,60,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




Lot 36 Details

Evening Sale | Live, New Delhi
08 September 2016

Sadanand Bakre

Untitled

Oil on canvas

21.7 x 39.7 in

Winning bid
$36,364
Rs 24,00,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




Lot 79 Details

Evening Sale | Live, New Delhi
08 September 2016

Sadanand Bakre

Untitled

Metal

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Winning bid
$23,636
Rs 15,60,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




Lot 47 Details

24 Hour Online Auction: Works on paper
26-27 March 2014

Sadanand Bakre

Untitled

Pen and ink on paper pasted on card

14.5 x 11 in





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Lot 12 Details

No-Reserve Auction of Indian Art

Sadanand Bakre

Untitled

Sketchpen on paper pasted on mountboard

8.8 x 11.2 in

Winning bid
$858
Rs 56,628
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)




Lot 4 Details

No-reserve Auction of Art

Sadanand Bakre

Exploded Atom

Oil on canvas

9.5 x 11.5 in

Winning bid
$1,240
Rs 78,120
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)








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  Profile of Sadanand Bakre

and abstract artists. Several shows down the line including a series in Mumbai in the mid 1960's Bakre moved back to India. Both a painter ... Sadanand Bakre spent his first few teenage years in Mumbai at the studio of the sculptor Phadke who used to occasionally accept commissions

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  News & Articles - Article - SaffronArt

of the premier art institutions in India, held an exhibition of works by Indian masters, including K. H. Ara, S. Bakre, H.A. Gade, M. F.Husain, S. H. Raza

  Art Guide - Overview of Indian Art - SaffronArt

to change. Their manifesto called for a total break with the past and its stultifying constraints, both cultural and artistic. F. N. Souza, S. H. Raza, K. H. Ara, M.F. Husain, S. H. Gade and S. Bakre were determined to fashion an art that was entirely Indian but also modern. Their work did contain

  News & Articles - Article - SaffronArt

for. F. N. Souza, S. H. Raza, K. H. Ara, M.F. Husain, S. H. Gade and S. Bakre were determined to fashion an art that was 'entirely Indian but also ...Expressionism and post-Impressionism. The group was joined briefly, in the fifties, by Mohan Samant, V. S. Gaitonde and Krishen Khanna. Up north