Art Review Peabody Essex frames transformation of India ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page PAINTINGS FROM THE CHESTER AND DAVIDA HERWITZ COLLECTION “The Bombay Buccaneer” (1994) by Atul Dodiya (born 1959), a contemporary artist achieving international success. PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM “Sequence” (1981) by Tyeb Mehta, who often uses jagged diagonals to break up his scenes. PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM “Lighting Horses,” (ca. 1979), 43 inches by 100 inches, oil on canvas by M.F. Husain (1915-2011). FROM THE CHESTER AND DAVIDA HERWITZ COLLECTION “Ondhu, Heart Is Not Ten or Twenty” (1964), 50 inches by 40 inces, oil on canvas by Sayed Haider Raza (b. 1922). PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM “Ceremony” (1984), 50 innches by 42 inches, oil on canvas by Sudhir Patwardhan (b. 1949).