Shammi Bannu is a 7th generation miniature artist, who learnt from the legendary Indian artist and his father Mr.Bannu, who was responsible for restoring all the Indian miniature paintings at Victoria & Albert museum in London. Shammi is among few most celebrated miniature artists of India. In this 2 day workshop get a deep dive into understanding what is miniature art, how it was started, what are the traditional techniques of painting. Also, you will be working side by side with the artist for creating your own piece of miniature art during the session and he will provide you live personalised feedback. Its a small cohort based personalised interactive course.
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What is miniature art form?
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Techniques of miniature painting
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The contemporary history Of Indian Minature Painting is synonymous with the name Bannuji. For artist, scholars and connoisseurs alike he epitomises all that is good and true in this most venerated Of Indian traditions. Descended from a dynasty Of artists stretching back over seven Generations, his family were amongst the first court painters to settle in Jaipur. Today the family continues to live in their ancestral home of Subhash Chowk. The whitewashed walls hold many stories of past generations. One cannot separate bannuji from this lineage, He considered his father, Ved pal and grandfather Mohanlal, to be his greatest mentors.