Lake & House On A Serene Moonlit Night, 1944 Painting
A scene of a lake and house on a serene moonlit night, a 1944 British India painting. This is an oil painting framed in glass with a metal sheet tacked on the back. Painted by an amateur 16-year-old Indian student with the help of her British art tutor. That shows a beautiful and serene scene of a lake and a house on a moonlit night.
The artwork is said to have been done in an art class at a British-run school in Trivandrum (now Thiruvananthapuram) in 1949. There were probably many schools that had art classes run by British and European teachers. This was during the British India era which continued even after 1947 till perhaps the 1950s. Especially in the regions of Madras, Bombay, and Calcutta Presidencies. And Princely States that had British control over them, such as Travancore and Mysore.
To read more go to exclusive British Art Schools in India.
Did you know – that Raja Ravi Varma was taught art by a British Theodore Jensen besides Ramaswamy Naidu an Indian.
Past posts – Frere The Man Who Transformed Bombay, 1870 Photo., Arunachaleswarar Temple Bombay Censor-Old Postcard 1915., George Prince of Wales In India, Old Print 1906., Overland Route To India Before Suez Canal, 1851 Map.
The images are of the actual items from my collection. And Not a photocopy, pirated, reproduced, stock photos, or taken from other sources.