Portraits of Thakuran Devi Singhji Chomu and Rawal Sangram Singhji Samode

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Just finished these two portraits for the Restaurant @ Samode Haveli in Jaipur.  They now adorn a wall in the central hall of the restaurant.

The portraits were made from old black and white photo prints. I copied the old photographs with my camera, cleaned them and then digitally printed them on museum grade canvas using my Epson Styluspro 9900 printer. I then hand painted the canvas using acrylic paints.



Thakuran Devi Singhji of Chomu  43″ x 30″



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Rawal Sangram Singhji of Samode  43″ x 30″



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  1. very nice work and pretty up to date with technology

  2. Bana Khama
    Hope all is well.
    I loved your latest pics. As you know your Amer Fort pic is in our living room and prominently displayed. Am interested in the Mahout pic. Your dada is going to be in Jaipur for a week and hoping he can bring that for me. Thoughts?


    1. Khamagani Masi,

      Thank you for the encouragement you have given me all along. I am glad that you liked the “Pensive Mahout”, it is one of my favourites too. I wasn’t planning to sell it just yet, trying to save it for an exhibition. However, I can make an exception for you. I know it will find a nice home at your place :). Do ask Dada to get in touch with me when he is in Jaipur.

      Best Regards,

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