M. F. Husain, Untitled, 1980’s, Ink on Paper, 28 x 38 cm
Courtesy of Eye for Art
Eye For Art Gallery specializes in South Asian Modern and Contemporary Art and since its inception, has sold more Pakistani modern masters than any other gallery worldwide. The gallery has held numerous exhibitions in Karachi and Dubai and looks forward to expanding its branches and promote appreciation of South Asian art in New York and the other major cities of USA.
Established as a leading gallery and having an unparalleled reputation in the sale of authentic paintings by Pakistani and Indian Masters, Eye For Art is also recognized as a trusted advisor to major collectors and sellers in the arena of art investment. The large inventory of the artworks includes acquisitions from private collectors, art Connoisseurs and from major art auction houses worldwide.
Eye For Art Gallery was founded by Ali Haider, President of the gallery and his brother Jawaid Haider, in 2003. Through the span of fourteen years the duo has strived to offer the finest art from the Pakistan, India and Bangladesh’s region. The gallery specializes and focuses on master painters whose groundbreaking practice has paved the way for the modern and contemporary discourse in South Asian art. The gallery prides in its collection which includes artworks by Pablo Picasso, Maqbool Fida Hussain, Ram Kumar, F. N. Souza, Sadequain, Shakir Ali, Ismail Gulgee, Jamil Naqsh, Zahoor-ul- Ikhlaq, Anwer Jalal Shemza and Bashir Mirza.
Maqbool Fida Husain
Syed Haider Raza
Francis Newton Souza
Abdul Rehman Chughtai
Sheikh Mohammad Sultan
Eye For Art gallery is proud to present artist, Jamil Naqsh to Art Dubai 2020. Naqsh is one of Pakistan’s most notable figurative painter. He is known for his distinctive style of fusing elements of art such as cubist elements, pointillist techniques and demonstrating geometrical divison of creating an illusion of distance with two-dimensional art. Naqsh paintings are known to be idealized and sensual. He often painted pigeons and doves which had a symbolic meaning of love, peace, and gentleness. He also was known for depicting the female form along with the pigeons. Most often his paintings of the female form were inspired by his companion. Naqsh dedicated his whole life in creating art. His Artistic career lasted for six decades yet his work continues to be widely exhibited all over the world.