Famous painting of cows to be donated by Vinod Gupta ('67) to IIT-Kharagpur to be hung in board room






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Vinod Gupta ('67) will be donating a famous painting by Henrik (us) van de Sande Bakhuyzen (Bakhuijzen or Bakhuyzen) to IIT-Kharagpur. Bakhuyzen (1795-1860) was a leader of the Dutch landscape painters in the first half of the 19th century and focused on animals and landscape art. "Untitled Cows in a Meadow" will make a beautiful addition to the IIT-Kharagpur board room. Below is a photo of the painting. 





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