leovegas-monopoly-live,A painting from the year 1938 by renowned Hungarian-Indian painter Amrita Sher-Gil sold for a whopping Rs 27.8 crore at an auction by Mumbai-based auction house Saffronat.
poker-multiplayer-with-friends-online,The sale has reportedly set a world record for the highest value achieved by the artist in the auction. It has also become the second-most expensive Indian art sold globally.
The most expensive Indian painting ever sold is was V S Gaitonde's Untitled that fetched Rs 39.98 crores in March this year.,betway.com-gh-login-ghana-immigration
“The record-breaking sale of Amrita Sher-Gil’s seminal painting is a clear indication of her artistic merit and is a testament to her skill and talent. The work highlights her growth and development as an artist and is a culmination of years of coming into her own as an artist of repute,” said Saffronart CEO and co-founder Dinesh Vazirani in a statement.,all-cricket-world-cup-host-countries
byu-men's-volleyball-rank,“It is, additionally, a rare work of the artist from that particular period to emerge in the art market and we are honoured to have played a part in creating a new benchmark with this auction," he added.
Titled 'In the Ladies' Enclosure', the artwork is oil on canvas from 1938, a few years after Sher-Gil returned to India. It depicts a woman of all age groups engaged in various kinds of activities in a rural area.,head-basketball-game-online
ifab-handball-rule,Sher-Gil, who has been called "one of the greatest avant-garde women artists of the early 20th century", was drawn to painting from an early age.
espn-live-soccer-matches,She was born to Marie Antoinette Gottesmann, Hungarian-Jewish opera singer, and Umrao Singh Sher-Gil Majithia, a Sikh scholar, photographer, and aristocrat.
She studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1929 and travelled throughout her life to countries like France, Turkey and India in order to delve into different art forms.,ncaa-basketball-livescore-espn
cricketbattips,Her art has influenced generations of Indian artists. The Government of India has declared her works as National Art Treasures, and most of them are housed in the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi.