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Portrait, possibly of a Maharaja Sayajiro Gaekwad III - Attributed to Raja Ravi Varma
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Ref : 72033
10 000 €
Period :
19th century
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
L. 34.65 inch X l. 20.47 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Portrait, possibly of a Maharaja Sayajiro Gaekwad III - Attributed to Raja Ravi Varma 19th century - Portrait, possibly of a Maharaja Sayajiro Gaekwad III - Attributed to Raja Ravi Varma  - Portrait, possibly of a Maharaja Sayajiro Gaekwad III - Attributed to Raja Ravi Varma
Jean Moust

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Portrait, possibly of a Maharaja Sayajiro Gaekwad III - Attributed to Raja Ravi Varma

Raja Ravi Varma
Indian painter
Kilimanoor (Kerala) 1848 – 1906 Attingal (Kerala)
Portrait of a Maharaja, possibly of Sayajiro Gaekwad III, Maharaja of Baroda
Oil on canvas : 88,6 X 52,5 cm
Unsigned
Frame : 98,5 X 62,8 cm

Our portrait reminds us of the times of the British Raj (1858 – 1947).

It is attributed to Raja Ravi Varma, the first Indian artist that successfully applied Western techniques in portraits and scenes from Indian mythology.

It is possibly a portrait of Maharaja Sayajiro Gaekwad III, Maharaja of Baroda in present-day Gujarat,who was one of our painter’s major clients.

Jean Moust

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19th Century Oil Painting