Previous Exhibitions

Asian Art in London 2017

Tipu, The Daniells & Co. Company School Painting in India

Rob Dean Art & Grosvenor Gallery
2-11th November 930am - 6pm

ASIAN ART IN LONDON 2016

INDIAN PAINTINGS

3RD - 9TH NOVEMBER 2016
Grosvenor Gallery, 32 St James's Street, London SW1A 1HD

ASIAN ART IN LONDON 2016 PART II - ONLINE

INDIAN PAINTINGS

3RD - 9TH NOVEMBER 2016

ASIAN ART IN LONDON 2015

INDIAN PAINTINGS

5TH - 13TH NOVEMBER 2015
Grosvenor Gallery, 21 Ryder Street, London SW1Y 6PX

ASIAN ART IN LONDON 2015 ONLINE PREVIEW

MAQBOOL FIDA HUSAIN AT MASTERPIECE

25 JUNE - 1 JULY, 2015
South Grounds, The Royal Hospital, Chelsea
London SW3 4LW

Divine Inspiration; Indian Art, Classical and Modern

30th October - 7th November 2014

On View at the Grosvenor Gallery
21 Ryder Street, London SW1Y 6PX

DIVINE INSPIRATION, INDIAN ART, ANCIENT AND MODERN

ASIAN ART IN LONDON PAVILION

12 - 18 JUNE 2014, ART ANTIQUES LONDON
ALBERT MEMORIAL WEST LAWN
KENSINGTON GARDENS, LONDON

ASIAN ART IN LONDON 2013

GODS, DEMONS AND LOVERS

31st October - 9th November 2013
Grosvenor Gallery, Ryder Street, London SW1Y 6PX

ASIAN ART IN LONDON 2012

INDIAN PAINTINGS ANCIENT & MODERN

1st - 12th November 2012
Grosvenor Gallery, Ryder Street, London SW1Y 6PX
Monday - Friday 9.30am - 5.30 pm

The exhibition is in two parts. The first section highlights the changing styles of Indian Miniature painting from different court ateliers. The paintings reveal a constant evolution of styles and formats that depended on both the whims of patrons and the personal genius of the individual artists involved. The second section focuses on the sketches of the Bengali artist Atul Bose (1898-1977)

INDIAN ART SUMMIT , BOOTH S-08

Hall No. 18, Pragati Maidan (ITPO), New Delhi

VIP Preview 20th January 2011, 3.00 pm - 8.00 pm
Public View 21st -23rd January 2011, 11.00 am - 5.00 pm
Contact: sonali@robdeanart.com

Ever since the first exhibition that Rob Dean Art Ltd held in London in 2002 titled ‘Souza and Friends’ the company has had a close association with the works of Francis Newton Souza. As an artist Souza was tirelessly experimental in a career that spanned more than six decades and his drawings, collages and chemical alterations on paper provide an intriguing insight into Souza’s artistic process. The works included in the Delhi Art Summit focus on the period from the 1950’s to the early 1960’s when the artist lived and worked in London.

The range of styles over a period of a few years is striking and contextually places the artist firmly within the European Modernist movements but reveals the voice of a genius who was constantly experimenting and striving to push the boundaries of his artistic vocabulary beyond those of his British and European counterparts. His confident line drawings of nudes reveal a sense of humour and love of the female form that resurfaces in his works throughout his career, whilst his collages and drawings on magazine and newspaper reveal his constant urge to experiment and evolve as an artist.

Non Metropolitan

Five Contemporary Artists from India

EW Art Gallery, 1 West California Blvd. Pasadena, CA91105, USA
Preview : 21st September 2010, 5.00 pm - 9.30 pm
View 22nd September - 15th October, 2010 (Mon - Sat 10am - 6pm) or by appointment

From Miniature to Modern

Traditions in Transition II

EW Art Gallery, 1 West California Blvd. Pasadena, CA91105, USA
Preview : 21st September 2010, 5.00 pm - 9.30 pm
View 22nd September - 15th October, 2010 (Mon - Sat 10am - 6pm) or by appointment

This exhibition highlights the changing styles of painting that existed in India over three hundred years focusing on works on paper. The works reveal a constant evolution of styles and formats that depended on both the whims of patrons and the personal genius of the individual artists.

INDIAN ART SUMMIT - DELHI 08/09 BOOTH A09

'Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious' by Princess Pea

19th - 22nd August
Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India

Exhibition Images to follow shortly but click below to view a sneak preview!

Portrait of a Place

A group show of Indian Art

October 03 - 11, 2008
The Gallery in Redchurch Street, 50 Redchurch Street, London E2 7DP, UK
Opening Times 11am - 5pm, Closed Sunday

Tar

Photographs, Sculptures and Installations by KRITI ARORA

Opening Night 29th May 2008. Times: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Exhibition 30th May - 7th June 2008. Times: 11am - 5pm
The Gallery in Redchurch Street, 50 Redchurch Street London E2 7DP

To coincide with Art Basel, the Delhi based contemporary artist Kriti Arora will exhibit at The Gallery in Redchurch Street in her first solo show in London. The exhibition is presented by Rob Dean Art Ltd in association with the LCF Rothschild Group.

Exhibition Preview Party Details on Home Page
Press release attached below

Acrylic on Canvas

Recent Paintings by Vanita Gupta

October 04 - 14, 2007
The Gallery in Redchurch Street, 50 Redchurch St, London E2 7DP
Opening Times

To coincide with the Frieze Art Fair, the critically acclaimed contemporary Indian artist Vanita Gupta will exhibit at The Gallery in Rechurch Street in her first solo show in London. The exhibition is presented by the London-based Rob Dean Art Ltd and the Bombay-based Pundole Art Gallery.

Although Vanita claims to work in a completely 'non-objective' manner, her monochromatic paintings have a compelling need to be interpreted. It is an imagery that demands ones attention and requires decoding. In her recent large-scale canvases there is an echo of the traditional form of Japanese calligraphy, Sousho, merged with elements of urban graffiti.