From: 28th December 2021 to 3rd January 2022
“RAJASTHAN Through My Eyes”
An Exhibition of Paintings
Well-known artist Bhim Singh Hada
Jehangir Art Gallery
Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001,
Timing: 11am to 7pm
Recent work of a well-known artist from Jaipur, Bhim Singh Hada in oil on canvas in a realistic style have been displayed in a solo art exhibition in Jehangir art gallery, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001 from 28th December, 2021 to 3rd January, 2022 between 11 am. To 7 pm.
Bhim Singh Hada popularly called Artist of the Maharajas is a reputed artist from Jaipur who has a mastery and skill in creating realistic work in oil and other mediums also. He is a self-taught artist but has been blessed with artistic talent and aesthetic instinct and command over the medium and techniques used for aesthetic adornment of his works with the expected visual effects at the strategic arenas. He has so far showcased his works in many reputed art galleries at Mumbai, Manama, Jaipur, New Delhi in solo and group art exhibitions and has often received good public response and appreciation from the present art world at various venues and art galleries of national and international reputation. He has been awarded for his outstanding contribution to visual arts by many reputed art promotional institutions at several venues.
His works are in the proud collection of several reputed art collectors all over the globe, the noteworthy among them being the Royal family of Bahrain, Malaysia, Rajasthan and several eminent personalities of India. The works are also in collection at Alsisar group of heritage hotels, Jaipur, Ranthambore, Shahpura Haveli and heritage house, Jaipur, Laxmi Vilas Palace, Bharatpur, Mandwa House, Deogarh and many other palace hotels. The high point of Hada’s career is painting a portrait of Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom with King Hamad of Bahrain, which was gifted by King Hamad to Queen on her 90th Birthday.
The present series showcases his latest works in oil on canvas in a realistic style that illustrates the true culture, heritage, music and architecture at several historical places in Rajasthan in his own style and technique. The various works present Amber Palace, Jaipur, good picturesque view observed from Aravali range of mountains, Elephant Ride, Royal processions, various dresses/draperies and ornaments worn by ladies in that region, their emotional mindscapes and social lifestyles, old buildings, forts, various places of historical importance which gives a glimpse of royal heritage and traditions in vivid regions. Not limited to forts and palaces, Hada has painted vivid life of Rajasthan its wildlife, temples at Mandor, folk musicians etc. He has not only depicted the royal culture of Rajasthan, but also its traditional heritage at strategic arenas in his works which are not only amazing and picturesque but also pleasant and visually mesmerizing. He has truly presented a realistic kaleidoscope of Rajasthan via various vignettes of art, culture, traditional heritage, music, natural beauty at several places, architectural details of many old buildings, castles and forts of historical relevance and importance using his visual language of expression incorporating apt colour combinations, icons/motifs and several ingredients of thematic significance in proper perspectives of visual arts.