REVIEW FOR EXHIBITION OF DECCANI PAINTINGS AND ENGRAVINGS OF MONUMENTS BY EUROPEAN ARTISTS
Ever imagined what the Europeans were busy with, during the Raj, apart from colonising it, of course. Well, they were putting hammer to stone. The exhibition at the AP State Museum, Public Gardens is displaying engravings and lithographs done by European artists. These chronicle the vibrant lives and passions of the nawabs and the courtesans of the Deccani provinces.
There are paintings showcasing the many faces of India. Right from the Jama Masjid to the Ajanta and Ellora. An enchanting array of paintings portrays young women exemplifying different ragas.
Please contact Sushil Rao of Times of India at 2335-5335 extn 4325 for further details.