All Records Shattered: Padamsee's 'Greek Landscape' Artpiece Sold for 19.19 Crores

Padamsee's 'Greek Landscape' Artpiece

The most expensive painting by an artist ever to sell at an auction is now the ‘Greek Landscape’ made by Akbar Padamsee.This 4.3 x 12 feet huge masterpiece was first exhibited at Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai and recieved particular attention at the time for its revolutionary approach and monumental scale. The painting was estimted to sell at Rs. 7-9 crores but it flourished double from its expectatons. The auction pronounced a healthy sale with all the top painters of India, featuring work of MF Husain, SH Raza, VS Gaitonde, Nasreen Mohamedi and various other artists.

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