About the Artwork
Condition report: The object is hinged on the mount at the back side with masking tape. There is accumulation of dust and dirt on the front and backside of the object. There are brown stains (tape residue which is transferred at front side) specifically at the edges. There are bulges and waviness on the surface of the object.
|Medium :||Pen and ink on paper|
|Size :||8.5 x 12 in|
|Provenance:||Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi|
About the Artist
Ram Kumar was born in Shimla and graduated from St. Stephen's College, New Delhi with a degree in Economics. He attended the Sarada Ukil School Of Art in New Delhi and studied painting in Paris. Associated with the Progressive Artists' Group, he was one of the first Indian artists to give up 'figurativism' for abstract art. Ram Kumar was best known for his abstract landscapes, usually in oil or acrylic, and is considered one of India's most eminent abstract painters. Since 1949, he has had over 40 solo exhibitions worldwide. He had received the Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri. The artist lived and worked in New Delhi. The artist passed away in 2018
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