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Appeal to devout Hindus
Paintings drawn by anti-national and anti-Hindu painter M F Husain are going to be exhibited and auctioned by Delhi Art Gallery in Mumbai in a show called ‘Mumbai Modern: Progressive Artist Group 1947-2013’ . The show is from 26 October to 25 December 2013. It should be noted that pervert M F Husain has drawn nude paintings of Bharat Mata and Hindu Deities, but still his followers are going to auction M F Husain's paintings. Now it is duty of all devout Hindus and patriotic Indians to protest lawfully against Delhi Art Gallery, so that they should remove M F Husain's paintings from exhibition and they should also render unconditional apology for hurting religious sentiments of Hindus and national sentiments of Indians. Also Hindus and patriots should ensure that Delhi Art Gallery will not commit such mistake in future.
Devout Hindus can register their lawful protests with the concerned authorities through Comments Section.
Link of M F Husain's paintings in auction : Delhi Art Gallery – M F Husain
Hindus and patriotic Indians are protesting on following Contact details
Delhi Art Gallery
58, Dr. V.B. Gandhi Marg
Telephone : +91 – 22 – 49222700
Fax No. : +91 – 11 – 26868732
Timings : 10:30 am – 7:00 pm (Monday – Saturday)
Detailed News about the exhibition
Mumbai : Delhi Art Gallery (DAG), Delhi’s and the country’s premier gallery dealing in modern art, will open its doors in Mumbai on Saturday with a power-packed show called ‘Mumbai Modern: Progressive Artist Group 1947-2013’ comprising artworks by 13 of India’s best-known and most expensive artists — MF Husain, SH Raza, FN Souza, HA Gade, SK Bakre, KH Ara, VS Gaitonde, Akbar Padamsee, Tyeb Mehta, Krishen Khanna, Ram Kumar, Mohan Samant and Bal Chhabda.
All of these artists are today acknowledged masters, whose artworks fetch top dollars in international auctions. No wonder, says Kishore Singh, DAG’s head of exhibitions and publications, ‘Mumbai Modern’ is a high-value show offering art worth Rs100 crore. Of these, the most expensive are a very large nude by Souza and ‘Blue Torso’ by Tyeb Mehta — Rs 2.5 crore each.
Singh adds, “There are a couple of more paintings priced at Rs. 2 crore and many, many more above Rs. 1 crore.”
On show will be several large and distinctive small works by these artists in various mediums, tracing their evolution as artists over the decades and showing a full range of their expression.
Husain, for instance, is represented by his large canvases from his well-known series on the Indian epics, horses, dancing women and Mother Teresa, but there are also smaller watercolours and drawings on paper, besides an interesting series of sketches that the dynamic painter made early in his career in the 1950s, when he worked for a toy firm in Bombay. One sketch of a soldier is signed “Pankhu Singh” and DAG’s Singh conjectures that it was from a series that the artist did for Illustrated Weekly of India in response to contemporary events such as the Kargil war.
Source : DNA