Indian royalty in all its diversity has long served as a patron to a variety of arts and crafts
What: Indian royalty in all its diversity has long served as a patron to a variety of arts and crafts. Royal Fables, a heritage exposition will be presenting this facet of Indian royalty by exhibiting creations from royal workshops across India. This venture has had successful shows in Delhi, Hyderabad and Thailand, and this will be its debut in the city.
Rajkumari Vidita Singh of Barwani creates a unique style of automotive art
Miniature paintings by Princess Vaishnavi Kumari of Kishangarh hand-pick icons typical of the Kishangarh school. These are modern avatar art forms with pop colours, solid backgrounds and geometric lines.
How: The exhibition will introduce products and artworks created by artists of royal descent in addition to cuisines from India’s royal kitchens. The art wall will include landscape photography by art photographer Rajkumar Kartikeya Raje of Sandur, miniature art by Princess Vaishnavi Kumari of Kishangarh, automotive art by Rajkumari Vidita Singh of Barwani, art on porcelain by wildlife photographer Princess Krishna Kumari of Panna and art by Rajkumari Nandini Singh Jhabua. A collection of textiles and lifestyle products will also be on display.
Rajkumari Nandini Singh Jhabua works with tribal artisans from Madhya Pradesh and creates Gond paintings
Tikarani Shailaja Katoch of Kangra recreates the Pahari style of painting
On: November 7, 11 am to 7.30 pm
At: Level 8, Palladium Hotel, Lower Parel.
Log on to: www.royalfables.com