Portraying The City Palace Museum, Udaipur through brush and lens

The age-old tradition of patronizing the arts has continued down into the 21st century with Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur. On 20th October 1969, The City Palace Museum, Udaipur, a vision of Maharana Bhagwat Singh Mewar of Udaipur, came into being.

The exhibition commemorates the golden anniversary or the 50 years of The City Palace Museum, Udaipur an integral part of Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation and the generations of artists that have been patronized by the Mewar Family. In celebration of the traditions of painting and photography, 50 archival photographs of The City Palace of Udaipur from the Museum's collection have each been recreated in the mediums of water colour painting and modern day photography. The artists patronized as part of this project are Mr. Anurag Mehta, water colour artist and Mr. Prashant Lohar, photographer, both from Udaipur. Each of the 50 works of water colour paintings and modern day photographs have been prepared in archival quality and will be housed within the Museum as part of its collection.


Venue: Fateh Niwas Gallery, 1st floor of Zenana Mahal, The City Palace Museum, Udaipur

Timings: 09.30 am to 05.00 pm

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