Wednesday, May 27, 2009


The gallery has been constantly involved in the recognition and promotion of emerging talent, creating an awareness among the old and new collectors by showcasing good quality art works and providing a platform for interaction between artists and collectors.

The gallery is involved in the encouragement of upcoming and emerging artists whose work, apart from being of high quality, is reasonable and holds good value for money for the collectors as well as provides an adequate reward for the artists’ creative talent.

On the other hand, the gallery has also been sourcing works of senior artists like viz.M.F.Husain, F.N.Souza, Tyeb Mehta, K.H.Ara and others, Bengal School and National Treasure artists viz.Amrita Shergil, Raja Ravi Varma, Nandalal Bose, Jamini Roy, Sailoz Mookherjea, to name a few, for their collector clients.

The gallery is also coupled with well known Auction Houses in India and abroad, thus keeps a close track on the artist community and the art world.

Friday, May 22, 2009


Miniatures are referred to paintings that are complex, colorful , small in size, executed exactly with delicate brushwork. Miniature Paintings have evolved over centuries carrying the authority of other cultures. These paintings not only have the authority but also the sweetest part of olden day.

More and more miniature paintings enables us the love and passion of Krishna and Radha. This art shows Krishna and Radha as an everlasting lovers and rejoicing their moment of love.

These miniature artists gave their own-expression on the paper, ivory panels, wooden tablets, leather, marble, cloth and walls. Their idea was to convey reality that existed beyond specific point.

These paintings were naturalistic and employed cool, fresh colors. These colors were extracted from minerals, vegetables and possessed enamel-like shine.