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Sadequain

Sadequain is Pakistan’s most renowned master artist. Sadequain’s paintings and murals are in major museums and organizations and he is considered a leading pioneer in modern Pakistani art movement. A number of publications are available on the life and art of Sadequain. The artist won several awards for his work including:Tamgha-e-Imtiaz in 1960 from Government of Pakistan, Biennale de Paris in 1961 from Government of France, President’s Medal of Honor in 1962 and Cultural Award from Government of Australia in 1975. EMAIL: info@unicorngalleryblog.com

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Bashir Mirza (BM)

Artist: Bashir Mirza Medium: Acrylic on canvas Year: 96 Email: info@unicorngalleryblog.com

Bashir Mirza or BM is one of Pakistan’s most sought after master painters. BM was born in 1941 in Amritsar and went on to join the Mayo School of Art present day NCA. The artist is known for his vibrant colours and numerous art series such as ‘Lonely girls’, ‘Flower girls’, ‘King and Queen’ – these later on went on to break South Asian Art records at international art auction houses. Rarely are BM paintings available. This is from the artist’s famous King series. Call 0092 300 8260580

 

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Seemah Niaz talks Pakistani art at London auction 

Unicorn Gallery owner Seemah Niaz talks about Pakistani Art at an art auction in London today #pakistaniart #pakistaniartists #seemahniaz #unicorngallery #artauction #christies #sothebys #bonhams #centrallondon #highstreet


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Sadequain

Title: Lady looking in mirror Medium: Print on jute Contact: info@unicorngalleryblog.com
Title: Crucifixion Medium: Print on jute Contact: info@unicorngalleryblog.com
Title: Calligraphy landscape Medium: Print on jute Contact: info@unicorngalleryblog.com
Title: The crow Medium: Print on jute Contact: info@unicorngalleryblog.com

 Sadequain is Pakistan’s most renowned master artist. Sadequain’s paintings and murals are in major museums and organizations and he is considered a leading pioneer in modern Pakistani art movement. A number of publications are available on the life and art of Sadequain. The artist won several awards for his work including:Tamgha-e-Imtiaz in 1960 from Government of Pakistan, Biennale de Paris in 1961 from Government of France, President’s Medal of Honor in 1962 and Cultural Award from Government of Australia in 1975.