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South Asian Modern + Contemporary Art

A sale series featuring 100 years of creative endeavors
and artistic production in the South Asian subcontinent


New York, 18 March | Online, 13–20 March

This season’s sales spotlight more than 100 years of creative endeavors and artistic production in the South Asian subcontinent, from the highly prestigious collection of Jane and Kito de Boer to seminal paintings by pioneers of modern art.

A Lasting Engagement: The Jane and Kito de Boer Collection is the most important single-owner sale from the category that Christie’s has had the pleasure to present in recent years. The live sale, accompanied by an online component, offers among its highlights a suite of rare works by Ganesh Pyne dating from the 1950s to the 1990s and the groundbreaking 1982 painting, The Last Chapter365体育首页, by Rameshwar Broota.

Led by Vasudeo S. Gaitonde’s 1983 painting Untitled, the South Asian Modern + Contemporary Art sale tracks the development of the art of present day, including the paintings of the Progressive Artists’ Group and their associates such as Francis Newton Souza and other influential artists such as Jagdish Swaminathan.



Auction schedule

A Lasting Engagement:
The Jane and Kito de Boer Collection

  • Auction

    20 Rockefeller Plaza
    New York, New York

    Live auction: 18 March, 10am
    Online sale: 13–20 March

  • Viewing

    13 Mar, 10am – 5pm
    14 Mar, 10am – 5pm
    15 Mar, 1pm – 5pm
    16 Mar, 10am – 5pm
    17 Mar, 10am – 5pm

  • Contact

    Nishad Avari
    navari@erintimes.com
    365体育首页 +1 212 636 2190

South Asian Modern + Contemporary Art

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  • Auction

    20 Rockefeller Plaza
    New York, New York

    18 March, 11:30am

  • Viewing

    13 Mar, 10am – 5pm
    14 Mar, 10am – 5pm
    15 Mar, 1pm – 5pm
    16 Mar, 10am – 5pm
    17 Mar, 10am – 5pm

  • Contact

    Nishad Avari
    navari@erintimes.com
    365体育首页 +1 212 636 2190

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