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Bhupen Khakhar (1934–2003) played a central role in modern Indian art and was a recognised international figure in twentieth century painting. Active from the 1960s, Khakhar was part of a lively new wave of narrative painting and figuration by artists in India that became known as the Baroda School. Read more.
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Death in the Family (1977), Bhupen Khakhar. Victoria and Albert Museum © The Estate of Bhupen Khakhar
Man Leaving (Going Abroad) (1970), Bhupen Khakhar. Courtesy of Tapi Collection, India © Estate of Bhupen Khakhar
Injured Head of Raju, (2001), Bhupen Khakhar. © Estate of Bhupen Khakhar
Hathyogi (1978), Bhupen Khakhar. Courtesy of the Estate of Bhupen Khakhar/National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), New Delhi © Estate of Bhupen Khakhar
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