- 1904, 22, 27 Annual Exhb., Madras Art Society, Madras.
- 1909, 25, 26, 29, 30, 33, 35, 36, 38, 39 Annual
Exhb., Bombay Art Society, Bombay.
- 1930, 33, 35 Annual Exhb., Simla Fine Arts Society,
- 1930 Mysore Dussehra Exhb, Mysore.
- 2004 Manifestations II, organised by Delhi Art Gallery,
Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai and Delhi Art Gallery,
- 2005 Manifestations III, organised by Delhi Art
Gallery, Nehru Center, Mumbai and Lalit Kala Akademi,
- Sri Bhavani Museum, Aundh.
- Kerala Museum, Thiruvananthapuram.
- Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai.
- Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi.
- 1889, 94, 95 Awarded Art Certificate, Bombay.
- 1895 Awarded Drawing Teacher Certificate, Bombay.
- 1898 Awarded Certificate for Elementary Architecture.
Awarded Mayo Medal, Bombay.
- 1904, 22, 27 Award, Madras Art Society, Madras.
- 1909, 25, 26, 29, 30, 33, 35, 36 Award, Bombay Art
- 1930 Award, Mysore Dussehra Exhb., Mysore.
- 1933, 35 Award, Simla Fine Arts Society, Simla.
Adopting the style of objective accuracy, formal order
and an interest in narration, with objects and spaces
modelled illusionistically, his paintings perform the
social function of concentrating on everyday slices
of life, generating attention on local imagery. When
the artistic frame is constructed around places and
events, it seems easier to discover its distinct local
flavour, and that is the message that Taskars paintings
send across to the spectator. There is a strong local
aesthetic in Taskars paintings, and inspite of the rigid
academic discipline inherent in the art schools, the
artist made several departures from his training in
the transparent watercolour technique. One can clearly
locate this in his painting, Market Place, where within
the framework of measured form and proportion, use of
aerial perspective and focal strategies, forms move
back and forth in the visual field. The presence of
pencil drawing enhances the formal construction of the
work, with the outdoor atm
1898 Appointed as Art Teacher, J.J. School of Art,