Among the highlights is a brightly coloured oil on board from 1964 which was recently rediscovered in Canada.
It was originally sold by Montreal’s Galerie Dresdnere and has remained in private hands since. In the 1970s it passed between owners as a wedding gift.
This is the earliest work in the show which includes pieces produced until 2003. Works range in price from £30,000-600,000.
The book, prepared by Anne Macklin on behalf of the Raza Foundation, India, was launched at the St James’s, London, gallery last week. According to the firm, the catalogue raisonné is the first such project for any south Asian artist.