Botanical paintings of Indian flowering plants

Two centuries ago, the British botanists began a visual study of Indian flora. Then, they commissioned Indian artist to make botanical paintings, which they sent to Britain, where some of the collections made it in Royal botanical gardens. Siddhartha Das Studio has recently commissioned skilled miniature artists to create a series of botanical paintings of Indian flowering plants to celebrate this legacy. To showcase it, the studio came up with an online online exhibition on, and it will be available from 6 August to 6 September. It will be available from 24 August to 6 September 2020.
Siddhartha Das Studio has led or collaborated on many cultural projects across the world. Some of the Studio’s projects include the award-winning curation and design of the 80year-old Sardar Govt. Museum, Jodhpur; the interiors for the historic Jal Mahal, Jaipur, and flagship stores for GVK’s Airports in Bangalore and Mumbai; exhibitions at IGNCA and the Crafts Museum, Delhi and others.

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