Ahmed Parvez (born 1926 died 1979). A rare, spectacular, abstract Ahmed Parvez painting from the year 1977 with full authentication is currently available. This painting has strong provenance. It is an Oil/mix media on canvas.
Ahmed Parvez was a modernist painter from Rawalpindi, Pakistan. He was a member of The Lahore Group in Pakistan and founder of the Pakistan Group in London. He was also among the few early modernists of Pakistani origin to have garnered considerable critical acclaim, with solo exhibitions at the New Vision, Lincoln, and Clement Stephens galleries in London, along with exhibitions at London’s Commonwealth Institute and the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford between 1952 – 1964.
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Shahid Jalal (born 1948) is a senior painter with paintings in the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Pakistan, the national Assembly, Prime Minister’s House, World Bank, Foreign Office and Pakistan House, Delhi as well as other prominent public and private organizations. The artist held his first major exhibition in October 1980. To date, […]
Gulgee (1926 – 2007) is Pakistan’s most action calligraphy artist. Recipient of Pride of performance, Sitara-e-Imtiaz, Hilal-e-Imtiaz, the artist received several awards and international acknowledgement during his lifetime. His work featured prominently in art publications and the artist rose to global fame in his lifetime. Originally having been trained as an engineer, Gulgee is a […]
Gulgee (born 1926 died 2007) was an award winning master artist famous for his abstract action and calligraphy paintings. Gulgee was a trained Engineer by Profession and a self-taught artist; he received acclaim for his realistic portraits and commissions most notably those of the Royal Family and Prince Aga Khan. Ismail Gulgee was the recipient […]
SHAHID JALAL (Born 1948) is one of the outstanding members of the Association who has no art qualification from any institution and has therefore not been mentioned in their context. He has developed a style of his own which is executed with thick impasto brush strokes, the surface being further divided to form a subtle […]
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