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Mel Holmes Mural Artist | Mel Holmes Mural Artist

Mural Artist, Trompe L’oeil and Paint Effects – Mel Holmes Mel Holmes is a highly regarded mural artist who specialises in bespoke wall murals, feature ceiling murals, trompe l’oeil and decorative paint effects. Mel is based in Sheffield and works […]

Nautch(naach) girls, Hyderabad (1860's)

Photograph of nautch dancers at Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh, taken by Hooper and Western in the 1860s, from the Archaeological Survey of India Collections. This is one of a series of photographs commissioned by the Government of India in the 19th century, in order to gather information about the dress, customs, trade and religions of the different racial groups on the sub-continent. Images like this one were exhibited at European international exhibitions during the nineteenth century. The…

Dancing Girl - YCBA Collections Search

Dancing Girl, Collection of British art from the Elizabethan period to the present day, including paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, rare books, and manuscripts.

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Await - Hemen Mazumdar – Indian Bengal Masters Painting

Hemendranath Mazumdar was a painter of exceptional talent. Although he was praised for his fine treatment of pastels, watercolors and chalks, his real skill lay in the way he handled the oil medium.Women of his native Bengal, most bathing or draped in wet saris are considered Mazumdar`s classical trademark. A renowned and thriving painter of the European academic style in the Kolkata of 1920s, Hemendranath was a close associate of Abanindranath Tagore but was never won over by the ideals of…

Vasantasena - Raja Ravi Varma Poster

Vasantasena - Reprints of Raja Ravi Varma Paintings (Raja Ravi Varma Reprint on Paper - Unframed)

Raja Ravi Varma’s Oleographs: Glimpses from the Past

Raja Ravi Varma's oleographs offer insights into a significant cultural phase of the late 19th century India. An exhibition of rare oleographs by Raja Ravi Varma opens tomorrow in Bangalore. Titled Emotions; Relations; Reflections, these select oleographs from the Ravi Varma Press present Damyanti, Maneka and Vishvamitra, Nal Damyanti Vanvas and Radha Vilas and other prints.

Franz Xaver Winterhalter (1805-73) - Princess Gouramma (1841-1864)

Princess Gouramma (1841-64), sometimes spelled Gowramma, or Gauromma, was the daughter of Chikka Virarajendra, often spelled Veer Rajunder Wadeer in the British press, the last ruler of the Kodagu (Coorg) kingdom of Southern India. After her fathers deposition from the throne, the Princess was brought to London and baptised in the Chapel at Buckingham Palace on 1 July 1852. She was given the name Victoria, with Queen Victoria as her Sponsor. She had been considered a suitable...


vintageindianclothing: “ These are examples of the nine-yard sari as worn in Maharashtra. The lower half is like the dhoti i.e. the cloth is taken between the legs and tucked into the back and the...

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Mrs. Dhurandhar with Baby

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