Rajendra Pol, Jaipur

Varsha Bhatia RI | Watercolour | 22 x 19 inches

“Rajendra Pol is a beautifully carved and decorated gateway in the City Palace Jaipur, Rajasthan. The painting is done in watercolour showing all the intricate details of the carved balconies, arches and wall panels. Through the gateway, one can see part of Diwan-e-Khas, the private audience hall. The front of the gate is flanked by two marble elephants that were added to celebrate the birth of the Maharaja.” Varsha Bhatia

Having trained and worked as an architect, Varsha uses her architectural background to draw ideas for her artwork focusing on architectural monuments, studying their details, styles and atmosphere. Having lived in India and the UK, her work encompasses Indian as well as Western architecture. The usual medium of her paintings is watercolour. Over the years, she has developed her own style of painting architectural watercolours in great detail along with giving them depth and a three-dimensional effect. She usually paints historical buildings, both exteriors and interiors. aiming to incorporate as much detail as possible in the paintings.

Varsha was elected a member of The Royal Institute of Painters In Water Colours (RI) in 2018.

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