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Scene of Hindu Marriage Ceremony A Indian Masters Painting By M V Dhurandhar.

Mahadev Vishwanath Dhurandhar was noted Indian painter from the British colonial era and postcard artist.His illustrations of women of that era doing their daily chores are especially popular.

His popular works include documenting the city of Bombay and its people, as well as painting scenes from Hindu mythology and Omar Khayyam series.He also made religious illustrations published by the Ravi Varma Press.

He wrote an autobiography in Marathi about his years at the J.J. School. In 1926, he was commissioned by the ruler of Aundh State, Maharaja Bhawanrao Pantpratinidhi to make paintings on the life of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.

Scene of Hindu Marriage Ceremony - M V Dhurandhar - Indian Masters Painting

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Scene of Hindu Marriage Ceremony A Indian Masters Painting By M V Dhurandhar.

Mahadev Vishwanath Dhurandhar was noted Indian painter from the British colonial era and postcard artist.His illustrations of women of that era doing their daily chores are especially popular.

His popular works include documenting the city of Bombay and its people, as well as painting scenes from Hindu mythology and Omar Khayyam series.He also made religious illustrations published by the Ravi Varma Press.

He wrote an autobiography in Marathi about his years at the J.J. School. In 1926, he was commissioned by the ruler of Aundh State, Maharaja Bhawanrao Pantpratinidhi to make paintings on the life of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.

The idea of a retrospective on well-known artist M. V. Dhurandhar was first mooted in the sesquicentennial year of his birth (1867). The artist, who died in 1944, was hugely successful in his lifetime and his works covered all known genres of realistic art.

 

Portraits, landscapes, episodes from history and mythology, as well as mappings of social life, rendered by way of oil paintings, watercolours, drawings, sketches, and commercially popular as posters, postcards, book covers and illustrations, as well as oleographs.

 

A master of anatomical studies, he remained unmoved in the face of experimentation, refusing to budge from the practice he had trained in, and which he considered the purest form of art making.

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