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Holiday Discount Catalogue Upto 70% off

Gallery Kolkata is committed to both its patrons and artists alike. The year end holiday Discount, now getting increasingly popular with the collectors and art lovers is a perfect way to start collecting art at a fraction of its Prices.

Sieve through our discount catalogs to find your gem ! Only for a limited time, the prices go back to their original post the 15th Feb.


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Artists and Bengal Artists Pages- Both sections can be navigated separately which takes you to individual artists and their works.

Under Bengal Artist’s section, Bengal Connect lists collectively all works inspired by the Bengal School of Art or Bengal’s Traditions.

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Browse Our Holiday Sale Catalog through the link above

Browse the catalog via Modern or Contemporary Art

Browse through different sections like Paintings Drawings Sculptures Prints & Photographs

See our Look Book to get an idea of how works will look displayed

Browse via theme in our Figurative or Abstract Section

Get the Prices Right-High quality works at great price points in this section


View a collection of reference images illustrating layouts with paintings & sculptures; each placed in possible interesting set ups. There's one thing to Buy artworks and another to "Show Them Right"


From the early Renaissance, Mannerism and the Baroque through 18th-, 19th- and 20th-century painting Figurative art has steadily broadened its parameters. An important landmark in the evolution of figurative art is the first known reclining nude in Western painting in Sleeping Venus (1510) by Giorgione.It introduced the female nude as subject and started a long line of famous paintings.


View the Best of Modern and Contemporary Art at Great Price Points

Editors Pick

New in The Gallery

Black & Whites by Dilip Chowdhury

Let these Black and White series of small works bowl you over.Technically brilliant these works hold the essence of the Kolkata life like no other

Charcoal on Paper by Paritosh Sen

This 1988 Charcoal on Paper spells the expertise of the master artist as a portraiture artist.

Bandwala by Ashok Mullick

Bengal's Ashok Mullick has been painting since last four decades. Preoccupied with depicting the Women with a strong Bengal essence

Magma Series by Paris Based Artist Madhu Basu

His paintings depict the theme of the pot- which according to a Bengali proverb “contains the universe”- in compositions that lie on the border between abstraction & figuration.

Biwi by Lalu Prasad Shaw

Influenced by the pre-independence Company School of art, the traditional Kalighat Pat and the Ajanta cave paintings, Shaw’s works, mainly executed in gouache or tempera, like his own person, are simple and graceful, having a very still, well-composed and smooth exterior.

Tapash Ghoshal

Tapas's Works are steeped in Mysticism & Mythology . Having Studied from the famed Benaras Hindu University, Ghoshal was greatly influenced by the different faces and landscapes he encountered in the Holy City.

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