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PROPERTY OF GENTLEMAN, MUMBAI

Satish Gujral
UNTITLED (VENDOR BOY)
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PROPERTY OF GENTLEMAN, MUMBAI

Satish Gujral
UNTITLED (VENDOR BOY)
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Satish Gujral
B. 1925
UNTITLED (VENDOR BOY)
Signed 'satish' lower right
Oil on board
27 ¾ x 24 in. (70.6 x 60.9 cm.)
Painted circa 1950s
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來源

Osian's Mumbai, 31 January 2007, lot 18
Private Collection, Mumbai

相關資料

Where as most of his contemporaries left for Europe, Gujral made his way to the "New World"at a time of great social and political upheaval. In 1952, Gujral won a scholarship to apprentice at the Palacio Nationale de Belles Artesin, Mexico under Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros and José Clemente Orozco. Siqueiros along with Rivera and Orozco had established Mexican Muralism, a tradition of painting large-scale images of protest and nationalistic messages on public buildings. Gujral's political leanings at the time were to the left so he felt an instant affinity with Mexico's Communist art establishment. He stayed until 1954 and it was during this time that both India and Mexico were experiencing significant social and political change. 'As a parallel set of circumstances, India was emerging from the long shadow of imperial rule, just as Mexico sought to assert its cultural identity against a social fabric wrecked by revolution.' (G. Sinha, 'Satish Gujral, A Singular Journey', Satish Gujral An Artography, New Delhi, 2006, p. 11). Gujral’s discontent with the social situation in India during the partition fuelled his artistic output and cemented his interest in the subject.

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