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General Surveys of Schools of Rajasthani Painting: Bundi

Title:General Surveys of Schools of Rajasthani Painting: Bundi
Author:Chandra, Moti
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 11 Issue no. 2; March 1958, p. 50-52
Abstract:The Bundi school had developed its distinctive features of brilliant colours, costumes, architectural setting, and romantic landscapes by the middle of the 18th century, as evident in the Prince of Wales Museum Collection, Bombay. The frescos in the Rangamahal Palace (built by Raja Satrusal, 1650-58) are datable to the reign of Raja Ramsingh (1821-89). Bundi paintings imbibe the picturesque setting of the town, and express the gaiety of palace life, festivals, and other pastimes.

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