Untitled (Bapu-ji) und weitere Werke von Nandalal Bose

Untitled (Bapu-ji), c. 1930s
18 x 11.7 inch (h x w)
Graphite on Tracing Paper

Private collection, New Delhi

Once the graphics art department and its studio was set up in Santiniketan, Nandalal was one of the few artists who used it enthusiastically, making lithographs, dry points and wood cuts, made often as illustrations for books, such as Rabindranath Tagore’s children’s primer Sahaj Path. Nandalal Bose immortalised the Mahatma’s Dandi March in a black and white linocut, revisited here in this drawing where Gandhi is depicted striding purposefully with a staff—an image that came to be the iconic emblem of the freedom movement.

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other works by Nandalal Bose

Standing Figure Under A Kadam ..., 1937
20.5 x 23.5 x 1 inch (h x w x d)
tempera on paper

Untitled (Sati) , 1910
9.7 x 6.7 x 1 inch (h x w x d)
Mechanical reproduction (Kokka woodblock print pasted on paper)

more from DAG Museums

Untitled (Bapu-ji), c. 1930s
18 x 11.7 inch (h x w)
Graphite on Tracing Paper

The Passing of Shah Jahan, 1903
14.5 x 9.7 inch (h x w)
Chromolithograph on paper

Attack of the Mutineers on the...
9 x 10.5 inch (h x w)
Etching and aquatint on paper

Untitled (Rama Durbar)
17.7 x 11.2 inch (h x w)
Water colour and colloidal tin on paper

Man Acting as King
32 x 33 inch (h x w)
Oil on canvas


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