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Modern Indian Art 5-6 December 2018

Sailoz Mukherjea

Untitled

Oil on canvas

27.25 x 21 in

Winning bid
$46,783
Rs 32,28,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 33 Details

Evening Sale | New Delhi, Live 20 September 2018

Sailoz Mukherjea

Untitled

Oil on canvas pasted on board

15.75 x 20 in

Winning bid
$16,783
Rs 12,00,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 61 Details

Summer Online Auction 13-14 June 2018

Sailoz Mukherjea

Hill Fair

Oil and pencil on cardboard

15 x 20 in

Winning bid
$21,828
Rs 14,40,648
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


Lot 38 Details

Evening Sale | Live Auction, Mumbai 16 February 2017

Sailoz Mukherjea

Untitled

Ink on paper

9.25 x 6.5 in

Winning bid
$6,909
Rs 4,56,000
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


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Words and Lines

Sailoz Mukherjea

Untitled

Ink on handmade paper pasted on paper

9 x 6.5 in

Winning bid
$1,142
Rs 73,081
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)


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No Reserve Modern and Contemporary Art Auction

Sailoz Mukherjea

Untitled

Oil on board

28 x 29.75 in

Winning bid
$11,925
Rs 7,63,200
(Inclusive of buyer's premium)






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  Profile of Sailoz Mukherjea

Sailoz Mookherjee was born in 1907 in Calcutta. He received a diploma in Fine Arts from CGAC and proceeded to study art at the Ecole de Paris. He taught at the Sarada Ukil School New Delhi (1945-7) and at Delhi Polytechnic (1948-60). "I owe my basic inspiration to Matisse's odalisques. I accept

  Biography of Arpita Singh

Delhi 1963 ‘In Memory of Sailoz Mukherjea’ Kunika Chemould Art Centre New Delhi 19606162 ‘The Unknown’ New Delhi Participations 2008-09

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  News & Articles - Article - SaffronArt

Abanindranath Tagore, Gobhardhan Ash, Nandalal Bose, Ramkinkar Baij, Somnath Hore, Jamini Roy and Sailoz Mukherjea are among the prominent artists from ...with printmaking. Somnath Hore looked at art as a tool to express his angst against a skewed socio-political system. Works by Sailoz Mukherjea are also on view.

  Art Guide - Overview of Indian Art - SaffronArt

Sailoz Mukherjea, N.S. Bendre, K.K. Hebbar and Shiavax Chavda, seemed at peace with life around them, and aimed to capture its fleeting, joyous

  News & Articles - Article - SaffronArt

sense of being alive. These artists, among them Sailoz Mukherjea, N.S. Bendre, K.K. Hebbar, Shiavax Chavda and K.H. Ara, seem at peace with life