38.7 x 25.7 in. / 98.3 x 65.3 cm.
Watercolour and gouache on paper pasted on mount board
A Bengal School adherent, Ramgopal Vijaivargiya’s art was a unique combination of the new art form that was emerging out of Bengal and the miniature tradition of his native Rajasthan, resulting in novel imagery and stylisation. He painted the popular mythological subjects as well as the poetic works of Kalidasa depicting various moods of love. But works featuring ordinary people going about their daily chores—women going to fetch water in this Untitled example—were not uncommon either. It’s a congruous blend of Ajanta and miniature styles, with Vijaivargiya’s individual stamp evident in the pert lips of the women.
|Art Artist Names Single||Ramgopal Vijaivargiya|