Rajasthan, on canvas

Updated: Nov 23, 2014, 10:26 IST | A Correspondent |

Epica, an art exhibition by Shail Choyal and his father, late PN Choyal, will be exhibited in the city from November 24 to 29

Starting tomorrow, Epica, an exhibition of paintings by Shail Choyal and his father, late PN Choyal, will be on display at Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery at Nariman Point till November 29. Curated by Udaipur-based Ethnic Art Gallery, the works depict Rajasthan’s enchanting landscape, especially Udaipur.

Shail studied painting at the Udaipur University and the Jaipur School of Art. “My work exploits the inherent aesthetic motifs and the multi-tier division of space of Rajasthani traditional painting,” said the artist, who has also studied graphics in London.

Some of the paintings on display at the exhibition

Meanwhile, his late father, PN Choyal’s works are known for capturing the ruins of Rajasthan. He won the National Award — Lalit Kala Akademi — in 1998.

At: Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery, Bajaj Bhavan, ground floor, 226, Nariman Point.
Call: 22023626

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