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Vir-Gal Sculptures

The western academic art traditions on Indian sculptures are predominantly traced since early 20th century saw the beginning of modernism. This was to reflect more on secular themes with a turn from the Indian myths and deity themes in the subject for sculptures. The post- independence sculptors were to create variegated form, texture where they started exploration in the unconventional materials. The NGMA, Mumbai has collection of artists, Piloo Pochkhanwala, Adi Davierwala, J. K Chillar, Deepan Paunikar, Manoj Bawiskar, Vaibhav Jain, Dilip Mishra, Girish Bhatt, Himmat Shah, Lallan Singh, and Mahendra Pandya.

Piloo Pochkhanwala

Monsoon, 1983, Aluminum Alloy, 234.5x51x159(H) cm

Adi Davierwalla

Soup Welded Metal, Man With Hook, 21 x14.5 x121(H) cm

Manoj S. Bawiskar

Chariot 1980, Iron, 46 x76 x113 (H) cm

Deepan Paunikar

Sculpture 1985, Metal, 52x28.5x81(H) cm

J.K Chillar

The Happy Family 1984, Marble, 51 x25 x46 (H) cm

Dilip Mishra

Floral Form, Marble, 47 x23 x46 (H) cm

Girish Bhatt

Shiv- Shakti, 1999, Brass, 34 x16 x8 cm

Lallan Singh

Cactus II, Pink Marble, 39 x 35 x 36 cm

Mahendra Pandya

Sea, Snake & Sculpure, 1996, Marble, 121.9 x 76.2 x 45.7 cm

Himmat Shah

Head, Bronze

Vaibhav Jain

Bronze, 11 x 8 x 9 cm


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