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Private collector Fozdar, who turns 88 this year, is selling his collection of 35 rare 16th to 19th-Century Indian miniature paintings (above) which he has spent the last five decades collecting.
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Private collector Fozdar (above), who turns 88 this year, is selling his collection of 35 rare 16th to 19th-Century Indian miniature paintings which he has spent the last five decades collecting.
BT_20141010_RACMINI10ML_1312454.jpg
Private collector Fozdar, who turns 88 this year, is selling his collection of 35 rare 16th to 19th-Century Indian miniature paintings (above) which he has spent the last five decades collecting.
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Private collector parts with Indian miniatures

Oct 10, 2014 5:50 AM

NOBODY said you needed a lot of wall space in order to be an art collector. Or 24-hour airconditioning. Just do what Jamshed K Fozdar does - put his money on Indian miniature paintings.

While their dimensions vary, these paintings average about A4 size each when framed and hung on a wall