Door handle on/in a box of sand/earth: door to Nature/Earth?
14112: drawer handle on rock
14115: rock on wall hanger
Naked beggar or worshipper prostrate on the floor
Bucket "leaking" fabric under what appears to be a "lamp"
Black Stoves 2014 by American sculptor Sterling Ruby (.b 1972) in cardboard, wood, expanding foam, stainless steel, said to be exploring and highlight the endless ritualistic cycles of consumption and waste, destruction and renewal of contemporary society. He wishes to give new meaning to discarded materials.
Depiquage : gouache on thick cardboard by by Raul Dufy (1877-1953). the French Fauvist painter, printmaker, stage and furniture designer, book illustrator:
Another one of his works
Natura Morta 1948
Name of artist missed. Who could it be?
Animal and Clown 1964: gouache by Marc Chagall (1887-1985)
La Métiore (The meteor) 1944 by one one of my favourite surrealist artists the Belgian René Margritte (1898-1967)
Annäherung (Approximation) 1931 by Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944) a Russian abstract painter working in Germany
Another painting by Joan Mirò (1893-1983): Femme, oiseaux dan la nuit (woman and birds in the night) 12 Aug-14 Oct 1975 in oil, gouache, wax crayon, India ink, pencil and wash on thick card
Untitled water color and sketch pen on paper by M F Husain (1913-2011)
Another Untitled c 1950 by the same artist
Vasant: acrylic on canvas by him
His Padmini Mohini Shankhini 1973: acrylic on canvas
Untitled (Nude) 1962 by F N Souza (1924-2002)
Row of Houses 1957:oil on masonite board by the same artist
Untitled work in gouache on paper by G R Santosh (1929-1997)
Untitled 1967 oil on canvas by Avinash Chandra(1931-1991)
Landscape 1955 by the same artist
Who Is it? : oil on canvas by Krishen Khanna (b. 1925)
Untitled acrylic on canvas by Ram Kumar (b. 1924)
Untitled (Morther and Child) oil on canvas by N S Bendre (1912-1992)
Untitled (SF 62-102) 1962 by Sam Francis: acrylic and gouache on paper
Blue Beam 1972: oil on canvas by the same artist
OV. S.9, 2014 by Marc Vaux: acrylic on MDF
What looks like the Chinese character for "Mountain/Hill.". It's in fact Robert Motherwell's (1915-1991) Open No. 130: Charcaol on Light Blue 1969-1980: acrylic and charcoal on canvas. With Pollock Rothko, de Kooning, he was influential in the movement for abstract expressionism in the 1940s, emphasizing purity and emotional force of bright colors and
Grand Vin on Red 1973 pasted paper & lithograph on paper by Robert Motherwell
Untitled (In Orange with charcoal Lines ) c. 1970, same artist
Untitled 1979 oil and graphite on board by Robert Motherwell
Lyric Suite 1965 and Bleeding Black No. 6 : ink on rice paper by the same artist
Black Open 1973 acrylic on canvas by the same artist
Boat, spoon or cut melon?
To be cont'd