National Gallery of Modern Art in Delhi is situated inside the Jaipur House, near India Gate. This building, the former residential palace of the Maharaja of Jaipur, was inaugurated as the Delhi National Gallery of Modern Art in the year 1954. A one of its kind institution, it has on display approximately 4,000 paintings, graphics, and sculptures of the modern artists, dating back from the mid 19th century till date. The museum showcases art as it has evolved and changed over the years, starting from about 1857.
Modern Art Gallery of New Delhi showcases the work of Abanindranath
Tagore, (especially his Advent of the Rainy Season, Twilight and
Landscape), Nandalal Bose, Ramkumar Kinkar, Rabindranash Tagore, Binod
Behari Mukherjee, etc. The museum makes efforts to make sure that its
quality as well as standards is not compromised, even a single bit.
National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi, also organizes exhibitions for
those who want to display their work. It has helped many artists gain
recognition and make a progress in the field of modern art.